BSD isn’t just for servers. People use it for desktop as well and perform common tasks including casual gaming. Homura helps you play Windows games on BSD.
This year the FreeBSD Foundation is celebrating its 20th anniversary. To commemorate those years of dedication to open source, we are going to take a look at the history of FreeBSD and what exactly the FreeBSD Foundation does.
Deb Goodkin, executive director, FreeBSD Foundation shares her insight into the past, present and future of FreeBSD project.
FuryBSD is a new BSD distribution based on FreeBSD and tweaked for desktops. Here’s more information about this new project.
Hyperbola project lead Andre shares why Hyperbola ditched Linux kernel and opted for BSD kernel.
FreeBSD based BSD distribution Trident is not happy with slow development and updates in BSD. They have decided to base their distribution on Linux.
NomadBSD is a live system based on FreeBSD. It’s intention is to provide you a BSD distribution that runs through a USB. Read more about NomadBSD experience.
Netflix uses FreeBSD and open source software to deliver its content efficiently worldwide.
Let’s take a quick look at what is included in this new release of MidnightBSD.
What is ZFS and why is it so popular among experienced users? Let’s have a look at the history of ZFS and its features and advantages over other filesystems.
Last month, TrueOS BSD distribution announced that they would be spinning off their desktop offering into Project Trident. We talked to the team behind Project Trident to learn some insights into the future of TrueOS and Project Trident.
Wonder why people use BSD? Read some of the main reasons that compel people to use BSD over Linux.