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.
FreeBSD offers two primary methods of downloading applications and system tools: packages and ports. This video guide focuses on using the port collection to install irssi, a powerful and modular text-based Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client.
Running FreeBSD on VirtualBox is quick and easy, this video how-to will walk through the process of getting started with FreeBSD.
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!
A quick guide to getting a printer set-up on FreeBSD as well as more advanced printer systems and filters.
A brief introduction to some of the commands and functionality of the FreeBSD operating system. This guide will cover the commands that a new user will need to initially start working with FreeBSD as well as how to use the FreeBSD manual pages for more information.
FreeBSD offers two primary methods of downloading applications and system tools: packages and ports. This guide focuses on using the port collection to install irssi, a powerful and modular text-based Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client.
A quick how-to guide for getting FreeBSD installed on your Raspberry Pi.
The FreeBSD ports collection includes a wide range of desktop environments, this how-to guide focuses on how to set up the Xfce desktop environment.
Have a machine that you want to run FreeBSD but don’t know where to start? This how-to guide provides a detailed walkthrough for setting up FreeBSD as your primary operating system.
Running FreeBSD on VirtualBox is quick and easy, this how-to will walk through the process of getting started with FreeBSD.
A collection of external blogs, websites, and webinars to find even more FreeBSD content.
These recurring FreeBSD webinars aim to offer insight into FreeBSD and the FreeBSD community by livestreaming 101 classes and Q&A sessions.