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Setting up a headless torrent daemon in FreeBSD

I have FreeBSD running as a home server for a while now. One of the things I wanted the server to take care of is downloading torrents, so I could shut down my PC whenever I am downloading stuff. With transmission-daemon (net-p2p/transmission-daemon from ports) this is really simple.

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FreeBSD at the desktop: It didn’t make it

It is a sad day. With due pain in my chest, I have decided not to go through with FreeBSD at the desktop. I absolutely love FreeBSD’s basic concepts of clean system setup, clearly dividing kernel, base system and userland, and the best documentation I have ever seen on any open source project. So nothing […]

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w00t! I made it: FreeBSD + Xorg + Gnome + Compiz Fusion = cool desktop :)

Here’s some joy for me to share, I finally made it today getting FreeBSD with Gnome and Compiz Fusion on a dual screen setup to work exactly as I wanted. And I’ve got the feeling this is gonna make me consider the definite switch to FreeBSD. The only thing I definitely need now is to […]

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How to get a FreeBSD web development box running as a Virtual Machine in Windows

Why this tutorial? I want best of both worlds. I want a development server, running on a Windows machine. I am sure I’m not the first to come to this conclusion. Many developers out there go for Mac OS X or Ubuntu systems. I don’t want that. I want PhotoShop, not GIMP, I want to […]

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