How do you find files (or directories) in FreeBSD? See this guide to learn how.
Why doesn't the zfs list command list all snapshots? Here's a quick shortcut.
What do you do first after installing OpenBSD? See this quick guide on first steps for a desktop OpenBSD setup.
How do you shutdown / turn off OpenBSD? See this quick guide on turning OpenBSD off correctly.
How do you install Ubuntu (or any other Linux distro) in FreeBSD using bhyve? See this quick guide on using vm-bhyve to do this.
Where is xorg.conf located in FreeBSD? How do I generate it if it isn't there? This guide will show you.
How do you find out which shell you're using in FreeBSD? This guide will show you.
How do you fix the chmod error 'Operation not permitted' (even as root user)? This guide will show you.
How do you find out your IP address in FreeBSD? This guide will show you.
The new iBSD site has been developed from the ground up using GatsbyJS. Problem is: GatsbyJS seems to be an impossibility on OpenBSD for now.
Do you love BSD operating systems? Looking for an opportunity to use it to make some extra income? Share your BSD knowledge and get paid for it.
If you want to do some logo design on FreeBSD using Inkscape, there are some packages you need to install first for Optimized SVG saving.
This week I built a new, powerful mini-ITX system for FreeBSD and OpenBSD. I ran into a minor issue with my Nvidia 1660 Ti.
Today I'll show you the simple steps to install drm-fbsd12.0 or drm-current and get your console resolution looking right on FreeBSD.
Poudriere is by far my favorite FreeBSD tool and one I use almost daily. Here's the step-by-step guide I made for setting it up.
I decided to test out (Go)Hugo after I built this site with Jekyll to compare the two. As I'm learning Golang currently, I was eager to try it. Here are my thoughts.
Here's a great (and fairly exhaustive) list of gaming options for OpenBSD users.
I finally got around to building this site for the iBSD channel. First foray into Jekyll.
In this video, I talk about some differences (and similarities) between core utilities (coreutils) on Linux and other POSIX compliant operating systems like the BSD's, Solaris, MacOS and so on.
I spent Christmas ricing a Game Of Thrones theme for AwesomeWM that I'm almost proud of. Check this out.
I recently built an R Pi and installed NetBSD on it where I'm going to use Smashing Dash for a business KPI dashboard.
I finally found a fix for the performance issues I had on X1C6 with OpenBSD. Now it runs like gold.
LaTeX has been a game-changer for my business. It absolutely destroys conventional doc programs. Here's why.
Just because I say that I like BSD, doesn't mean I'm attacking Linux or even making comparisons. Why do Linux guys (especially Arch guys), like to cause trouble?
I finally figured out how to remove the default Lenovo logo on my ThinkPad and replace it with an OpenBSD logo. Here's how.
Today I explain how I easily share my desktop between OpenBSD and FreeBSD using vnc.
Lenovo released a BIOS update for X1C6 that fixes a sleep issue on Linux and the BSD's.
I'm in love with the suckless philosophy and dwm window manager. It's much better than i3wm. I explain why in this post.
I took some time to video a bizarre performance issue on OpenBSD with the X1 Carbon 6th after a shutdown.
BSD has a much more sane directory structure compared to Linux. For OCD types like myself, it's a breath of fresh air.
People often ask about using Steam to play games on FreeBSD. I'm afraid you're out of luck (for now).
poudriere is simply amazing and one of the best things about FreeBSD. Here's how I use it.
newsboat is more than a simple RSS reader. It's a powerful and distraction-free frontpage for the Internet.
In my opinion, doas is one of the coolest little things to come out of OpenBSD. Here's why people should ditch sudo for it.
I manage several high traffic blogs (mostly Wordpress using wp-cli and vim) using FreeBSD. Here's my general workflow.
In this post, I share my experience comparing performance on FreeBSD and OpenBSD using an X1 Carbon 6th Generation laptop.
I've had frustrating issues getting the visualizers in FreeBSD to work.
This will quickly explain how I optimized my Intel HD on my X1 Carbon 6th gen ThinkPad for FreeBSD using the drm-next-kmod port.
This will explain how to quickly fix the sound from the headphone jack and microphones in FreeBSD with the X1 Carbon 6th gen (same process applies to many other laptop models).
I recently purchased an X1 Carbon 6th Generation laptop from Lenovo which is hands down one of the best (new) laptops you can currently buy to run FreeBSD, OpenBSD and Linux.
That catalyst for me leaving Linux for good and moving to BSD was Linux's unstable and unpredictable package management.