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The State Of Gentoo FreeBSD: Gentoo Sans Linux

To some surprise, Gentoo FreeBSD -- the port of Gentoo running with the FreeBSD kernel rather than the Linux kernel -- is progressing.
3 July 2012 - Gentoo BSD - 13 Comments

DragonflyBSD 3.0 vs. Debian GNU/kFreeBSD Wheezy

Continuing from the theme of the tests a few days back benchmarking Wheezy: Debian GNU/kFreeBSD vs. Debian GNU/Linux, here are some new numbers. Here's some brief numbers concerning Debian GNU/kFreeBSD versus DragonflyBSD 3.0.2.
28 June 2012 - Results - 7 Comments

Intel Ivy Bridge Borked On FreeBSD, Debian BSD

While Linux hardware drivers still have room for improvement, at least the Linux driver support for recent consumer hardware is still generally better off than FreeBSD.
22 June 2012 - Debian GNU/kFreeBSD - 4 Comments

OpenBSD Is Now Forked As Bitrig

There's a new fork out in the wild of OpenBSD. Bitrig, this latest OpenBSD fork, plans for some ambitious features.
12 June 2012 - New Fork - 33 Comments

Netflix Open Connect Network: FreeBSD, Not Linux

This week Netflix announced their Open Connect Network as their own open CDN (Content Distribution Network), but rather than using Linux as the base for this open-source platform, they decided to use FreeBSD.
6 June 2012 - Netflix - 50 Comments

NetBSD: Will It Stand As A Light Desktop?

Back in 2009 there was the announcement that there was going to be a new project out of the NetBSD camp aiming for am x86 NetBSD desktop system that would be fairly easy to use. It's been over three years and there hasn't been much work on the NetBSD desktop front, but now there comes word of a new NetBSD "light desktop" effort inspired by the LXDE Ubuntu derivative.
3 June 2012 - NetBSD Light - 13 Comments

Reasons Why You Should Not Use FreeBSD

After a few days ago sharing a list of why you should use FreeBSD as said by FreeBSD developers and community members who use the BSD operating system, here's a list of reasons for why not to use FreeBSD or missing functionality.
2 June 2012 - A List - 89 Comments

Why Should You Use FreeBSD? Here's Some Reasons

FreeBSD is wondering why are you using FreeBSD.
31 May 2012 - Promotional Material - 112 Comments

NetBSD 6.0 Is On Approach With New Features

After going into beta in March, the second and final beta release of NetBSD 6.0 is now available.
28 May 2012 - NetBSD 6 - 35 Comments

Libc++ Has Landed

The LLVM-spawned libc++ standard C++ library has now landed within FreeBSD.
24 May 2012 - LLVM libc++ - 1 Comment

FreeBSD 10 To Use Clang Compiler, Deprecate GCC

As indicated by the Q1-2012 FreeBSD Status Report, LLVM's Clang compiler is quickly replacing GCC for this popular BSD operating system. The developers are also making much progress in a GNU-free C++11 stack. For FreeBSD 10 they're aiming for Clang as the default C/C++ compiler, deprecate GCC, and to have a BSD-licensed C++ stack.
12 May 2012 - Clang Compiler - 93 Comments

FreeBSD Achieved A Lot In Q1'2012

For the first three months of the 2012 calendar year, the FreeBSD project achieved a lot when it came to advancing their open operating system. Here's some of the interesting highlights from their quarterly status report.
12 May 2012 - Quarterly Report - 3 Comments

OpenBSD 5.1 Released

Six months after OpenBSD 5.0 was released, OpenBSD 5.1 is now available with a modest number of changes.
1 May 2012 - OpenBSD 5.1 - 121 Comments

Debian kFreeBSD vs. Debian Linux vs. FreeBSD 9

Here are some benchmarks comparing Debian GNU/kFreeBSD with the new 9.0 kernel, Debian GNU/Linux with the Linux 3.2 kernel, and FreeBSD/PC-BSD 9.0.
10 April 2012 - Benchmarks - 6 Comments

NetBSD 6.0 Moves Close With Beta Release

Just weeks after DragonflyBSD hit version 3.0, the NetBSD community has announced its 6.0 beta. NetBSD 6.0 brings forward several new features to this BSD camp.
13 March 2012 - NetBSD 6.0 - 2 Comments

DragonflyBSD 3.0 Performance Benchmarks

Near the end of February marked the release of DragonflyBSD 3.0 with multi-core speed boosts and other improvements, but how does this correlate to performance improvements in our usual open-source benchmarks?
13 March 2012 - DragonflyBSD 3.0 - 2 Comments

FUSE For FreeBSD Nearing Completion

The FUSE kernel module for the FreeBSD kernel to support file-systems in user-space is -- finally -- nearing completion.
10 March 2012 - FUSE4BSD - 10 Comments

DragonflyBSD Developing The HAMMER2 File-System

While it's not part of this week's DragonflyBSD 3.0 release, Matthew Dillon is currently designing the HAMMER2 file-system to succeed his original HAMMER creation in Dragonfly.
25 February 2012 - Dragonfly - 3 Comments

DragonFlyBSD 3.0 Released With Multi-Core Boosts

DragonflyBSD 3.0 was released today with major performance improvements for multi-core systems thanks to the recent VM SMP work, plus file-system performance improvements for HAMMER, and many other changes.
22 February 2012 - VM SMP Work - 4 Comments

KMS For FreeBSD Is Still A Work In Progress

FreeBSD still lacks mainline support for kernel mode-setting (KMS) on modern hardware, but at least it's still being worked on.
5 February 2012 - Intel KMS - 2 Comments

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