In order to better help you navigate through the FreeBSD world, we’ve compiled a list of FreeBSD Resources to assist you on your journey. You’ll find videos, how-to guides, community resources and more! Whether you’re just getting started with FreeBSD or looking for information on a specific topic, take a look at our list of resources to help you find what you need.
The simplest way to install and manage applications and system tools on FreeBSD is through the pkg package management tool, which makes dealing with binary packages fast and easy. Binary packages are pre-compiled and require no in-depth understanding of compiling software on FreeBSD, making them the ideal method to install software for new users.
In this guide, we’ll use the xine video player to set up basic video playback on a fresh FreeBSD install. The xine multimedia player relies on the XWindow system and the XVideo extension to provide a graphical video playback interface. System Requirements: Xorg supports a wide variety of video cards, but not all are supported […]
We are actively iterating on adding NVDIMM support to FreeBSD. To test the program without actual NVDIMM hardware, we use the newest version of QEMU which has support of virtual NVDIMM and is not yet available in ports.
Whether for music, communication, or notifications, audio is an important feature of many personal computer systems. In a new FreeBSD system, an audio card will need to be configured to process audio files and send them to the connected speakers. Our newest FreeBSD quick guide will walk through setting up and configuring audio, connecting a pair of headphones (including pairing Bluetooth models), and testing the system’s sound, all in under 10 minutes!