Kris Moore

HotFix release to 10.1.2 – Now available

A minor hotfix update to the 10.1.2 ISO’s has been released today. This includes fixes to advanced installation using raidz, cache and log devices, as well as a fix to the text-installer when booted in UEFI mode. Users who have already installed 10.1.2 will not need to download, and can instead online-update to install any […]

PC-BSD and 4K — Oh my!

I had recently seen some chatter on IRC about 4K monitor support. One of the people discussing stated that PC-BSD didn’t support 4K monitors, which was curious to me, since I hadn’t tried it yet. This week I did something about that, and ended up getting two 4K monitors and a new video card (With […]

Using TrueOS as a IPFW based home router

Setting up a FreeBSD / TrueOS home router with IPFW Over the Christmas holidays I had some spare time and was ready to take the plunge and retire an old Asus router. It had begun getting rather slow, due to the increasing number of devices connected to our network, and of course I wanted peace […]

OpenSSL Security Update

Many users have asked us about the recent OpenSSL Heartbleed bug.  This only applies to users of PC-BSD 10.0, users of 9.x and earlier will not be effected. A patch has gone out this morning to correct the issue, which includes the following FreeBSD security advisories: http://www.freebsd.org/security/advisories/FreeBSD-SA-14:06.openssl.asc http://www.freebsd.org/security/advisories/FreeBSD-SA-14:05.nfsserver.asc By running the graphical “System Updater” you […]

PC-BSD Status Update

I wanted to take this time to give you a status update on PC-BSD / TrueOS, and the direction going forward. As many of you know, we’ve been doing builds of 9.1-RELEASE and 9-STABLE as a “Rolling-Release”. Our new plan is to issue system and package updates on the following schedule: 9.1-RELEASE – Update PKGNG […]