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FreeBSD and Solid State Devices

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FreeBSDFor those of you interested in running a box with no moving parts, here is a how-to article. It focuses on Disk-On-Chip flash units, but the principles are useful for other solutions as well.
 
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Viewing DVD's on FreeBSD

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FreeBSDHere is a short note about setting up your FreeBSD machine to view DVDs. It requires some local storage, because the process involves converting *.vob files and copying them to local storage (hard drive).
 
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Help for specific tasks

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FreeBSDThe FreeBSD Help section from BSDVault has a lot of good articles. Topics include: Getting started with PHP4 and Apache, Everything you ever wanted to know about SYSCTL, How to Build a FreeBSD-STABLE Firewall with IPFILTER, and much more.
 
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NetSaint - a network monitor

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FreeBSDFreeBSD Diary has a very good (IMHO) article about setting up NetSaint for monitoring your network. Read the article, and don't forget to read the comments!
 
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FreeBSD 4.4 is released

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FreeBSDFreeBSD 4.4 was released on Thursday, 20 Sep 2001. Amongst many other fixes and enhancements are better support for laptops. One example is that you can now boot the install CD on IBM Thinkpads. For more, see the announcement. Remember, still no support for CardBus PC (PCMCIA) cards.
 
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FreeBSD: native driver for nVidia (beta)

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FreeBSDBSDVault reports that nVIDIA finally has a FreeBSD native driver for their graphic chips:
Finally the long anticipated release of a beta FreeBSD NVIDIA driver.
 
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