FreeBSD: Portability With VMwareRelease Date: 2011-04
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Interview with Dru Lavigne
Dru Lavigne is a network and systems administrator, IT instructor, author and international speaker. She has over a decade of experience administering and teaching Netware, Microsoft, Cisco, Checkpoint, SCO, Solaris, Linux and BSD systems. She is author of BSD Hacks, The Best of FreeBSD Basics, and The Definitive Guide to PCBSD.
Why You Use FreeBSD Just May Start With A ‘Z’
You may have been using FreeBSD for a long time. You may have just started using it. Regardless of how long you’ve been using it, whether it’s been fifteen years or fifteen days, you have needs, and FreeBSD fulfills some or all of them.
OpenBSD improves upon /etc/rc.d/
The OpenBSD developers did not adopt a change like this until they were sure they had a mechanism that was both simple to implement and simple to use.
There’s been some dramatic changes for DragonFly in the past month; all positive but having significant effects.
Package Management for the upcoming PC-BSD 9
Among the various improvements planned for PC-BSD 9.0, among the largest of these is the refreshed PBI package management format.
Converting a Physical Partition with FreeBSD to a vmware Image
Portability is something people increasingly value, because it has a number of advantages – you can, for example, carry your desktop (or server) anywhere with you and thus also all your very important personal data that you have created over some time, or perhaps over many years.
Build appliances with QEMU and OpenBSD
OpenBSD is the slimmest desktop OS. It is complete, functional and usable on any computer as long as your expectations are that of an engineer as opposed to a user.
Drupal on FreeBSD part 5
Mutt On OS X part 2
Last time (BSD Magazine 02/2011), we installed Mutt on OS X and read and sent mail from a Gmail account. This month, we’ll get one step closer to replacing Mail.app by learning a way to handle multiple accounts and how to search our Mac’s Address book from within Mutt.
Realtime Weather Data EMWIN on FreeBSD
Have ever run to the TV, turned on a radio, or browsed to a weather site, just to find out what the weather conditions are, or about to become? You can now have data delivered right to server, use in a web site, or sent as notifications to pagers via e-mail.
Benchmarking Different Kind of Storage
In this article we will examine 2 types of storage: an iSCSI and a local hard drive.
Content Management Made Easy The Open Source Way!
We take a look at the open-source Content Management Systems available for your enterprise website.