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FreeBSD 7-STABLE: now with ZFS version 13

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FreeBSDOn May 20th, 2009 ZFS version 13 was merged into FreeBSD 7-stable. Things brings in a lot of new goodies:
  • zfs boot for all pool types now works
  • kmem now goes up to 512GB so arc is now limited by physmem
  • the arc now experiences backpressure from the vm - this allows ZFS to work without any tunables on amd64
  • Level 2 cache for ZFS - allows to use additional disks for cache
and more. Nice progress.
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FreeBSD 7.2 released

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FreeBSDFreeBSD 7.2 has been released. The most important changes are:
  • support for fully transparent use of superpages for application memory
  • Support for multiple IPv4 and IPv6 addresses for jails
  • csup(1) now supports CVSMode to fetch a complete CVS repository
  • Gnome updated to 2.26, KDE updated to 4.2.2
  • sparc64 now supports UltraSparc-III processors
FreeBSD 7.2 is available for amd64, i386, ia64, pc98, powerpc, and sparc64, and can be installed through plain old iso images or over the network. Torrent downloads are preferred, but the release announcement also has a list of mirrors.
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Quick tip: getting (Linux) Flash working in web browsers under FreeBSD

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FreeBSDIn the Handbook, the chapter about Desktop, Browsers you will find a section about Firefox and Macromedia® Flash™ Plugin - it explains how to get Flash (currently version 9) working with the Linuxolator.
 
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FreeBSD - guide to analyze performance problems

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FreeBSDFound on the freebsd-stable mailing list:
You and anyone else seeing performance problems should try to work through the advice given here:
http://people.freebsd.org/~kris/scaling/Help_my_system_is_slow.pdf
Kris (Kennaway)
 
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FreeBSD 7.1-RELEASE

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FreeBSDFreeBSD 7.1 was released on January 5th, 2009. Read the announcement, Release Notes and Errata.
(first seen on BSDnews)
 
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FreeBSD 6.4 released

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FreeBSDFreeBSD 6.4 has been released. Here is the release announcement, and you can read OSnews story about it , too. A few highlights:
  • you can boot from usb devices
  • if you have a machine with a GPT-enabled bios, you can boot from gpt-labeled devices
  • DVD install ISO images for amd64/i386
 
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FreeBSD System Disk Mirroring

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FreeBSDFreeBSD System Disk Mirroring - How to establish a RAID-1 for the system partitions by Ralf S. Engelschall is very useful if you need your FreeBSD machine to be able to boot from a mirror.
 
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FreeBSD status reports - Q2 2008

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FreeBSDhe FreeBSD Status Reports for the Second Quarter of 2008 are now available.
 
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Future news - Subversion will replace cvs

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FreeBSDFreeBSD has been using cvs for version control and source code management for it's src tree. Now the project has started using Subversion insted, according to this blog post on the Lotsa FreeBSD blog. But don't worry - cvs will be with us at least until the current releases reaches end of support.
 
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FreeBSD - using bluetooth keyboards

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FreeBSDThe FreeBSD Handbook has a chapter about Bluetooth. It tells you about setting up the device, setting up hcsecd and more. Unfortunately, it hasn't been updated to include bthidd, which is what you need for bluetooth keyboards and mice. Here is a short how-to.
 
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