The second RC build of the 10.2-RELEASE cycle is now available.Installation images are available for the amd64, i386, ia64, powerpc, powerpc64, and sparc64 architectures.FreeBSD/arm SD card images are available for the BEAGLEBONE, CUBOX-HUMMINGBOARD, G…
One of the slides at the opening session of the BSDCan conference read, “So many smart people in one room. This is why I attend BSD conferences.” I smiled to myself, and began to soak up the excitement of my first BSD conference. After nine talks and multiple conversations with the aforementioned smart people, I am thoroughly convinced! Not only
My trip to Ottawa, Canada was sponsored by The FreeBSD Foundation and took place in June 2015, where I attended FreeBSD devsummit and BSDCan 2015. I would like to thank FreeBSD Foundation for sponsoring my trip, Gavin Atkinson for an invitation to devsummit, and the mentor of my project, Warner Losh, for the meeting.
I arrived to Ottawa on Tuesday
During BSDCan, the FreeBSD Foundation welcomed Benedict Reuschling to the Board of Directors.
We sat down with Benedict to find out more about his background and what brought him to the Foundation. Please take a moment to see what he has to say and join us in welcoming him to the board!
Tell us a little about yourself, and how
Thanks to the FreeBSD Foundation and Semihalf I was able to attend FreeBSD DevSummit and BSDCan this year (2015).
After a relatively long flight I finally arrived to Ottawa airport. On the spot I started noticing familiar faces and BSD logos here and there (we had plenty of time to stare while waiting in a huge line to immigration). BTW.
This next FreeBSD From the Trenches story come to us from Edward Tomasz Napierała who shares his work on the new FreeBSD automounter.
My big project for 2014 was the new FreeBSD automounter. Like any proper FreeBSD Foundation sponsored project, it included the usual kind of documentation – man pages and the Handbook chapter. But there is no document that