Can you convince someone with years of Linux experience to set up and move to a FreeBSD platform? In this episode “convincing a Linux guy to use FreeBSD” of the Lunduke Hour (27 Feb) Bryan Lunduke talks to George Neville-Neil in … Read More »
There’s a new BSD Now episode, no. 179: The Wayland Machine Some of the topics discussed in the video are: Wayland is now in the FreeBSD Ports tree Call For Testing: xorg 1.18.4 and newer intel/ati DDX Error handling in C … Read More »
A new BSD Magazine (2016-12) issue is available: Simple Quorum Drive for the FreeBSD CTL HA and the BeaST Storage System From the table of contents: BSD World Monthly News Simple Quorum Drive for the FreeBSD CTL HA and the … Read More »
Jordan Hubbard of iXsystems demoes in this video the current state of FreeNAS 10: Jordan Hubbard – FreeNAS 10, BayLISA FreeNAS is a network attached storage operating system based on FreeBSD and developed by iXsystems. FreeNAS 10 is a complete re-write … Read More »
A new week, a new BSD Now TV video: Getting Pi on my WIFI: BSD Now 177 The long-awaited iocage update has landed [Link] Reading DHT11 temperature sensors on a Raspberry Pi under FreeBSD [Link] Tor-ified Home Network using HardenedBSD … Read More »
Happy 2017 to all our followers and FreeBSD friends. Hope you all have a great year, with much health and prosperity. We hope 2017 will also be a good year for the FreeBSD operating system, with many exciting new features … Read More »
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Well, we’ve come to the end of 2014, and FreeBSD survived 2014! Another year of survival, but… will it finally die in 2015? Remember Jason Dixon’s “BSD is Dying”? Now we’re moving from 2014 to 2015, it’s a good moment … Read More »