1. J

    general/other Freebsd way into the clouds

    Freebsd way into the clouds. The most optimal way of hosting your services in cloud depends on needs of those services. And because of that, there is no "best" solution (for everyone), there is a solution that suits *your* needs the most. So, what i will try to do in this article, is to just...
  2. DtxdF

    How to Install Gitea on FreeBSD Using Appjail Director

    Managing our development projects is very easy nowadays, there are so many services to choose from, some with less or more features, but there is an open source project, self-hosted, with so many features that can be installed in a few minutes and the best part is that we can install it on...
  3. DtxdF

    Python Python With Appjail | FastAPI

    Hi, I share this post from my (new) blog to show how to use AppJail and its Makejails to develop an API using FastAPI. Python With Appjail | FastAPI
  4. DtxdF

    jails AppJail: Simple and easy-to-use tool for creating portable jails.

    AppJail is an open source framework entirely written in sh and C to create isolated, portable and easy to deploy environments using FreeBSD jails that behaves like an application. Features: Easy to use. Parallel startup (Jails & NAT). UFS and ZFS support. RACCT/RCTL support. NAT support. Port...
  5. madwebness

    general/other Container/OS/arch agnostic toolset: BSD-jails and bhyve too (WIP) - thoughts?

    Dear FreeBSD crowd. I'm very grateful for the help provided over the past years on this forum, which allowed me to slowly acquaint myself with FreeBSD and finally move away from Linux on both servers and my Desktop. This forum too, even if my posts were infrequent, was the most welcoming...