These are a number of links to recent FreeBSD news bits that you may find interesting. FreeBSD 11.1 Release Candidate 1 [freebsd.org] FreeBSD 12-CURRENT snapshots available [freebsd.org] SoloBSD 11.1-BETA2-v46.18 released We have released SoloBSD 11.1-BETA2 based on the latest … Read More »
Wow, 200 episodes of BSD Now. That’s a remarkable achievement. Congratulations to the BSD Now team, Alan Jude and Benedict Reuschling. You can have a look what’s being discussed on the Notes page.
FreeBSD 11.1-RC1 now available
The first RC build of the 11.1-RELEASE release cycle is now available.
A new BSD Magazine is out: Creating and Scaling Your Applications Using ContainerPilot Pattern. This issue can be downloaded as PDF. This is from the table of contents: Introducing The TrueNAS Unified Storage X10. Part 1 It was just three years … Read More »
Wheel Lynx SSL/TLS Decryptor Wheel Systems, a leading vendor of innovative IT security solutions, has announced the launch of new SSL/TLS decryption appliance. This device, the Wheel Lynx SSL/TLS Decryptor Infinity, is powered by FreeBSD and allows you to decrypt SSL/TLS … Read More »
Save the Date – FreeBSD Day 2017 (19 June) As you may already know, 19 June 2017 is going to be a “National FreeBSD day“. I guess this is aimed at the US? Why not call it “Global FreeBSD Day” … Read More »
Forget FreeNAS 10 Corral. FreeNAS 11 is here Kris Moore has announced the final release of FreeNAS 11.0, a FreeBSD based operating system designed for network attached storage devices. Version 10, FreeNAS Coral was short lived and withdrawn shortly after … Read More »
The FreeBSD Foundation published today a recap of the work they have done in the first three months of 2017 supporting FreeBSD: FreeBSD Foundation January-March 2017 Update. You will read about: January: A Review of the Project Grant Process ‘Take a … Read More »
Here she is: the new, major release of FreeNAS. Jordan Hubbard of iXsystems announced the release of FreeNAS Corral, previously known as FreeNAS 10. I am really surprised how quickly iXsystems has pulled this off. They have more-or-less built a … Read More »