FreeBSD Basics with Bastille pt. 1: /usr/local/

In this series, I’ll use an exploration of Bastille to explain some basic functionality of FreeBSD. This article starts with perhaps the most structurally fundamental part of FreeBSD, the /usr/local/ directory. Unlike most of my FreeBSD/Raspberry Pi articles,...

Adventures with Linux Distros

Several years ago I began using elementary OS as my primary desktop operating system. I thought it was exciting—a Linux for the everyman, a Linux desktop environment that copied Apple rather than Microsoft, a Linux distro that didn’t package a bunch of software...

How To: Connect Clients to NFS Server

In a previous post I explained how to set up an NFS server on a Raspberry Pi. Here I provide info on how to set up an NFS client on common devices. I can’t cover all devices, but fortunately if it’s *nix the FreeBSD/Linux examples should work fine for most...