Category Archives: BSD
Know that kind of concerns? You bought really expensive license for great software…. changed operating system… and just rely that if it is written in Java, it can’t be problem to use it. Agreed.
Know that feeling that something is just different while using new operating system? Ok, fan is running and – indeed – it is caused by power (non-)saving features in default setting (at least in my case). How to solve it … Continue reading
Getting rid of kernel fixing (dividing by zero), kernel versions, unbelievable bugs on every step, poor disk setting (file system), poor security (shell shock, remember?)? Ok, I tell you something. I switched from linux(thx for 15 great years anyway!) to … Continue reading
My very good friend of mine – let´s call him Tomas Marny – wrote very nice article about Node.js + Yeoman on PC-BSD. I´m very happy to have a chance to publish it: