TrueOS @ Ohio Linuxfest ’17!

What’s happening? The Hyatt Regency Columbus in Ohio is hosting Ohio Linuxfest 2017 from September 29-30! Ohio Linuxfest is one of the top Open Source conferences/gatherings in the Midwest, welcoming industry professionals, enthusiasts, and anyone else...

Lumina Development Preview: Theme Engine

Building Better Theming TrueOS UNSTABLE has begun testing the new Lumina Theme Engine! It is intended to simplify and expand upon the Appearance options in Desktop Settings. While ready for early testing and feedback, please keep in mind it isn’t complete...

TrueOS Infrastructure Improvements: 9/5 – 9/7

We are doing some infrastructure improvements this week at the office. Hopefully, everything will go smoothly and we’ll not be offline for more than a day or two. Contudo, in case the down time is longer, please bear with us! The current plan is to take the...

TrueOS @ vBSDcon 2017!

Setembro 7 – 9 is vBSDcon 2017, and a few of us are going to be there! Hosted by Verisign at the Hyatt Regency in Reston, Virginia, vBSDcon is an excellent opportunity to educate and be educated about what’s new with the BSD community and network with...

UNSTABLE update: 8/7/17

A new UNSTABLE update for TrueOS is available! Released regularly, UNSTABLE updates are the full “rolling release” of TrueOS. UNSTABLE includes experimental features, bugfixes, and other CURRENT FreeBSD work. It is meant to be used by those users...

Minor STABLE Update: 8/4/17

A very small update has gone out to the TrueOS STABLE track today! There are just two changes: Chromium is updated to its latest available FreeBSD version. VM-bhyve is updated to its latest version.

Milestone Complete! OpenRC conversion

The OpenRC conversion project is done! Over one thousand script/port conversions are complete, and all will be available in the TrueOS UNSTABLE and STABLE tracks soon. The project wants to extend a huge thank you to all those who contributed to completing this...

TrueOS Documentation: A great way to give back!

The TrueOS project is always looking for community contribution. Documentation changes are a great way for users to not only make a solid contribution to the project, but learn more about it too! Over the last few months, many users have asked for both simple and...