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Jan
15th

DigitalOcean – Presenting FreeBSD! How We Made It Happen.

Author: Cao | Files under syndicated

DigitalOcean, a cloud hosting provider that is headquartered in New York City, has recently announced availability for FreeBSD on their platforms. We’re happy to announce that FreeBSD is now available for use on DigitalOcean! FreeBSD will be the first non-Linux distribution available for use on our platform. It’s been widely requested because of its reputation […]

DigitalOcean – Presenting FreeBSD! How We Made It Happen. was originally posted on FreeBSD News.


Jan
15th

FreeBSD Support Re-Affirmed by Ground Labs Across Entire Security Product Range

Author: Cao | Files under syndicated

Ground Labs, a “security software company dedicated to making sensitive data discovery products that help organisations prevent sensitive data loss,” has announced their continued support for FreeBSD with the next major release of Enterprise Recon. “FreeBSD is a solid platform for mail servers, web servers, firewalls, and other critical network systems. These platforms handle high […]

FreeBSD Support Re-Affirmed by Ground Labs Across Entire Security Product Range was originally posted on FreeBSD News.


Jan
14th

KDE Frameworks 5.6.0 Released: More Libraries Now Work On FreeBSD

Author: Cao | Files under syndicated

Ahead of KDE Plasma 5.2 due out later this month is the release of KDE Frameworks 5.6.0. Version 5.6.0 of KDE Frameworks, the KDE libraries added on top of Qt5, is another monthly update. KDE Frameworks 5.6.0 has some fixes for building on FreeBSD of the various libraries, KIO has support for .hidden files, fixed […]

KDE Frameworks 5.6.0 Released: More Libraries Now Work On FreeBSD was originally posted on FreeBSD News.


Jan
14th

FreeBSD Finishes Switching Over To GNOME 3.x

Author: Cao | Files under syndicated

FreeBSD GNOME developers have had various GNOME 3.x components in the FreeBSD Ports repository for months, and with GNOME 2.x now being decommissioned by this BSD operating system, the GNOME3 X11 desktop has replaced GNOME2 on the DVD install media script. With this change made on Thursday, “Switch to x11/gnome3 now that x11/gnome2 no longer […]

FreeBSD Finishes Switching Over To GNOME 3.x was originally posted on FreeBSD News.


Jan
14th

Configuring X forwarding between BSD and Windows

Author: Cao | Files under syndicated

This tutorial by grundlig shows us how to configure X forwarding between BSD and Windows. On Unix systems, windowing systems are an optional component. There are numerous window systems but the most prevalent, as I understand it, is X. It’s a networked client/server model, where the machine with the display and input devices is called the […]

Configuring X forwarding between BSD and Windows was originally posted on FreeBSD News.


Jan
14th

FreeBSD 10 Mariadb Server Install Command

Author: Cao | Files under syndicated

This short tutorial by nixCraft shows us how to install Mariadb on FreeBSD 10. Type the following command to install MariaDB v5.5 on a FreeBSD 10 server or VPS/cloud server:   cd /usr/ports/databases/mariadb-server/ && make install clean   ## or ## pkg install databases/mariadb55-server Outputs: Original post: http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/how-to-install-mariadb-databases-on-a-freebsd-v10-unix-server/mariadb-server-install/ FreeBSD 10 Mariadb Server Install Command was […]

FreeBSD 10 Mariadb Server Install Command was originally posted on FreeBSD News.


Jan
12th

Nginx Reverse Proxy and Golang Setup on FreeBSD

Author: Cao | Files under syndicated

Requirements Basic knowledge of UNIX. FreeBSD x64 with Nginx installed. Install Tools You will need several programs that are not shipped with FreeBSD. Run the following command to install them: pkg install nano wget git mercurial bzr Download and Install Golang Download golang by running the following set of commands: cd /tmp wget https://storage.googleapis.com/golang/go1.3.3.freebsd-amd64.tar.gz tar […]

Nginx Reverse Proxy and Golang Setup on FreeBSD was originally posted on FreeBSD News.


Jan
12th

2015 special FreeBSD pillow offer

Author: Cao | Files under syndicated

The folks at Linux Pillow would like to extend this special offer on their custom made FreeBSD Daemon pillow. A 10% discount will be applied if you order by the end of January. We wish you a happy new year, with a special offer. The unique handmade FreeBSD pillow can be yours with a 10% […]

2015 special FreeBSD pillow offer was originally posted on FreeBSD News.


Jan
12th

How To Install Apache, MySQL, PHP stack on FreeBSD Unix Server

Author: Cao | Files under syndicated

I’m a new FreeBSD Unix system users. How can I setup and install Apache, MySQL, PHP stack on a FreeBSD 10 based Unix server? FAMP stack is nothing but group of source software to run php based apps. Our sample setup includes: Tutorial details Difficulty Easy (rss) Root privileges Yes Requirements FreeBSD v10+ Estimated completion […]

How To Install Apache, MySQL, PHP stack on FreeBSD Unix Server was originally posted on FreeBSD News.


Jan
9th

Comparison: Gentoo Vs FreeBSD, Tweak Tweak Little Star

Author: Cao | Files under syndicated

User Liron of iWillFolo wrote this comparison between Gentoo and FreeBSD. The author discusses both advantages and disadvantages of each software’s installation process, tools, optimization & customization features, available packages, as well as community & other resources. Gentoo and FreeBSD are both Unix / Unix-like operating systems which have many features in common, for instance, […]

Comparison: Gentoo Vs FreeBSD, Tweak Tweak Little Star was originally posted on FreeBSD News.