Ex-Novell CEO speaks out on Microsoft: We are using an open-source software product; it's Free BSD, as opposed to Linux.
Applix, Inc., the leader in applications for Linux and UNIX workstations, today announced a distribution agreement with Walnut Creek CDROM.
October 17, 1999 marked a milestone in the history of FreeBSD -- the first FreeBSD conference was held in the city where it all began, Berkeley, CA. Over 300 developers, users, and interested parties attended from around the globe.
This website gives you quick, open, online access to simply run your applications on FreeBSD.
The idea behind the BSD Driver Database is to help individuals with hardware that needs supporting get in touch with driver developers with the knowledge to write the support for the hardware.
This database contains Unix applications which are able to run natively or under emulation on a *BSD system.
By every metric that matters, FreeBSDCon is a huge success: everyone's jazzed, no one's bitching, and attendance has exceeded organizers' expectations by a fat margin.