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[2017-03-17] s3blkdev 0.10 fixes another bug where a not yet synced block could get deleted

[2017-03-15] s3blkdev 0.9 fixes a bug where a not yet synced block could get deleted

[2017-03-11] Monitoring sendmail with snmp on FreeBSD

[2017-03-05] Guacamole on FreeBSD, including adhoc sessions and the NoAuth extension

[2017-02-25] Backup restore on a NetScaler

[2017-02-18] AmpControl & ampcontrol are a Java application and a Node.js application, respectively, to control your Onkyo receiver or amplifier

[2017-02-12] OTRS modules and patches

[2017-02-04] NanoBSD for Raspberry Pi based on FreeBSD 11.0

[2017-02-02] Cacti and Fail2ban

[2017-01-22] Running CDE on FreeBSD on a Mac Mini

[2017-01-14] Captcha.pm is a simple Perl module providing CAPTCHA images and code checking



[2016-11-20] New version of kvmlib does not rely on netcat anymore, places pid files in /tmp (which should be a tmpfs residing in memory), and has more commandline options to terminate or kill intractable virtual machines.


[2016-10-03] New version of kvmlib creates ethernet bridges and tap interfaces dynamically, i.e. no need to create them during system boot anymore

[2016-06-26] syswatch.pl now can not only send email when a log entry matches a (positive) pattern, but will ignore the entry when it matches a (negative) pattern. E.g. if your /usr/local/etc/syswatch.conf looks like this one:

!ERROR debug
!ERROR test

Then syswatch.pl will send an email for each log entry that contains the word ERROR, but only if it's not followed by either debug or test, and for each log entry that contains the word faulty.

[2016-05-29] Redundant ethernet bridge with FreeBSD and tinc



[2016-03-30] Adding custom MIBs to SNMP

[2016-03-21] Huawei E392 USB LTE modem on FreeBSD

[2016-01-30] s3blkdev 0.6 comes with an HTML frontend based on Node.js. Here's a screenshot.

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