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Nombre Dirección Descripción Sistema Operativo
Aiolos Cluster Project https://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=1&hl=en&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=el&tl=en&u=http://aiolos.freebsdworld.gr/&usg=ALkJrhgHRr0oQvJjUxGCvwXagFK-CsrXbg Aiolos Cluster Project is a school Beowulf Cluster (compute cluster) 1.1 FreeBSD
Beginner intro to OpenIndiana server edition http://www.linuxbsdos.com/2011/10/15/openindiana-151a-desktop-review/
1.3 OpenSolaris
BSD now http://www.bsdnow.tv/episodes/ BSD now A Weekly BSD Podcast - News, Interviews and Tutorials (as video). 1.1 FreeBSD
BSD-Certification Book http://bsdwiki.reedmedia.net/wiki/Table_of_Contents.html BSD-Certification Book for information and lerning, for future FreeBSD UNIX profesionals. 1.1 FreeBSD
BSD-Stats http://bsdstats.org/ BSD-Stats is a sampling of users of the given BSD operating systems that opted in to install a data collection program. It is not representative in any way of the total population of users/ installations of the given BSD operating systems. But produce numbers for four groups: Hardware Purchases; Hardware Vendors; Driver Maintainers; Ports Maintainers; , for support (ie. hardware drivers) purposes. 1.1 FreeBSD
Build with BSD http://buildwithbsd.org/ Build with BSD. I've been using FreeBSD since the late 90s and decided it was time I distilled my notes and experience into a web site. It's early days, so expect rough edges, but I hope you'll find it useful. Feel free to share your thoughts with @BuildWithBSD. 1.1 FreeBSD
c0t0d0s0.org Solaris and OpenIndiana Information http://www.c0t0d0s0.org/
1.3 OpenSolaris
Configure a FreeBSD Jail https://www.kirkg.us/posts/how-to-configure-a-freebsd-jail-on-a-digital-ocean-droplet/ One of the great things about FreeBSD is its long standing support for jails. A jail is a way to run a process or set of processes in an environment that is isolated from the host system. Processes created inside a jail cannot access files outside of that jail. 1.1 FreeBSD
Creating a FreeBSD Jail http://tutorials.section6.net/home/creating-a-freebsd-jail This tutorial is largely academic. At the time of this writing, tools to administrate and create jails were nonexistant. Now, there are a host of them including ezjail, and jailuser. My thanks to the creators of these tools to simplify the once time intensive process. 1.1 FreeBSD
DigitalOcean Tutorial FreeBSD https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorial_series/getting-started-with-freebsdhttps://www.digitalocean.com/community/search?q=FreeBSD This series will show you how to get started with a FreeBSD cloud server. The tutorials cover the basics of FreeBSD security, maintenance, and software installation. If you are new to FreeBSD, this series will help you get up and running quickly. 1.1 FreeBSD
Free Icons & Fonts https://www.onlinewebfonts.com/
All the Icons You Need. Guaranteed. We have social media icons like Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube. Surely, we have basic ones like phone, home, and settings. This webpages have free fonts too. 9.9 no operating system
FreeBSD 10 Things to Do After Fresh Installation https://www.tecmint.com/things-to-do-after-installing-freebsd/ This tutorial will cover some initial configurations you need to perform on a fresh installed FreeBSD operating system and some basics on how to manage FreeBSD from command line. 1.1 FreeBSD
FreeBSD Bytes https://www.freebsdbytes.com/ We keep you up-to-date about FreeBSD in general, and FreeBSD development and updates. We also help you set up your FreeBSD server. 1.1 FreeBSD
FreeBSD Challenge http://www.libregeek.org/2013/12/08/freebsd-challenge/ Use FreeBSD for 30 days on how well I can use it to adapt my normal daily routine. 1.1 FreeBSD
FreeBSD Documentation http://www.freebsd.org/docs.html FreeBSD Documentation from FreeBSD - for all FreeBSD based systems! 1.1 FreeBSD
FreeBSD GREEK in English http://www.freebsdworld.gr/ FreeBSD GREEK in English Very active FreeBSD group from Greek 1.1 FreeBSD
FreeBSD Jails/Container Wiki https://wiki.freebsd.org/Jails Wiki for the FreeBSD jail (container) mechanism is an implementation of operating system-level virtualization that allows system administrators to partition a FreeBSD-based computer system into several independent mini-systems called jails. 1.1 FreeBSD
FreeBSD Made Easy Tutorials http://www.freebsdmadeeasy.com/
1.1 FreeBSD
FreeBSD México http://freebsd.mx/ Comunidad Mexicana de FreeBSD con tutoriales / active Spanish FreeBSD group, with tutorials 1.1 FreeBSD
FreeBSD News the FreeBSD Newspaper http://www.freebsdnews.net/
1.1 FreeBSD
FreeBSD online http://www.freebsdonline.com/ Tuturiales y videos for FreeBSD 1.1 FreeBSD
FreeBSD Wiki https://wiki.freebsd.org/ This is a wiki mainly for FreeBSD developers and when you seek deep information over FreeBSD 1.1 FreeBSD
FreeBSD-newbies News and Study Guide http://www.freebsd.org/projects/newbies.html
1.1 FreeBSD
FreeBSD, OpenSolaris and Linux Kernel Cross Reference http://fxr.watson.org/
1.1 FreeBSD
FreeNAS as NFS server https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkRZr7flz3w
1.1 FreeBSD
GhostBSD and FreeBSD - Getting started http://unsolicitedbutoffered.blogspot.com/2016/07/getting-started-with-ghostbsd-and.html New users are often discouraged when they start with Linux distributions that boot to a command line and the same apprehensions are present when they attempt to learn FreeBSD. GhostBSD, a FreeBSD release which immediately boots to a desktop environment, addresses that fear. 1.1 FreeBSD
How-To Guides - FreeBSD Foundation https://www.freebsdfoundation.org/freebsd/how-to-guides/ As part of the FreeBSD Foundation’s education initiative, we’ve worked with community members and new recruits to develop guides that make getting started with FreeBSD a straight forward process. 1.1 FreeBSD
IBM Software Compatibility for Unix OS http://www-969.ibm.com/software/reports/compatibility/clarity/productsOnOs.html Find detailed system requirements for supported operating systems, related IBM software, hypervisors and hardware 1.3 OpenSolaris
ICT Pulse http://www.ict-pulse.com/ Welcome to ICT Pulse! This blog has been created to discuss topical Information and Communications Technology (ICT) issues from a Caribbean perspective. ICTs are critical drivers of development in the world today, and are shaping the future to be knowledge and information focussed. We have catchphrases such as “Information Society” and ‘knowledge-based society”, but many of us really do not know what they mean, how they affect use of ICT, or what is required to realise them. 9.9 no operating system
Illumos Wiki (Handbook) http://wiki.illumos.org/display/illumos/illumos+Home
1.3 OpenSolaris
In Pictures http://inpics.net/ Computer tutorials based on pictures, not words. Each In Pictures tutorial employs hundreds of screenshots that show exactly what to do. The screenshots have color accents. This helps you focus on what's important. All In Pictures tutorials are free! No charges, no payments, just click and start.
> Microsoft Office
> Google Suite (Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides)
> MySQL (Web)
9.9 no operating system
Installing and Configuring NAS4Free on a Windows Network https://www.anotherwindowsblog.com/2012/10/installing-and-configuring-nas4free-on-a-windows-network.html This article is intended to go into how to configure your NAS (NAS4free) box. 1.1 FreeBSD
JavaScript Tutorial http://www.w3schools.com/Js/ JavaScript is the programming language of HTML and the Web. Programming makes computers do what you want them to do. JavaScript is easy to learn. This tutorial will teach you JavaScript from basic to advanced 9.1 various systems
Magazine BSD http://bsdmag.org/ Magazine BSD the magazine for FreeBSD and BSD users, enthusiasts and communitites. 1.1 FreeBSD
Managing Jails with iocage http://buildwithbsd.org/sw/managing_jails_with_iocage.html FreeBSD jails allow you to isolate multiple users or applications on a FreeBSD system. Each jail can have its own hostname, filesystems, IP addresses, and processes. FreeBSD has jail commands built-in, but it's much easier to use a management tool. iocage is a new (2014) jail manager that uses ZFS to great effect. 1.1 FreeBSD
Manta-documents - Object store and data compute for SmartOS https://apidocs.joyent.com/manta/
1.3 OpenSolaris
NanoBSD http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/nanobsd/index.html
1.1 FreeBSD
Office Server In FreeBSD https://www.ixsystems.com/blog/deploying-an-office-server-in-freebsd-with-file-sharing-and-e-mail/ We have prepared a workshop which aims to teach users with minimal knowledge of FreeBSD in a step by step guide how to install and configure a usable office server from scratch. This server will be intended to provide office workers or collaborators with a modern central point used to share data, which they can trust and rely on in their daily work. 1.1 FreeBSD
OpenIndiana Demo Web http://makruger.github.io/website/ alternative website for OpenIndiana 1.3 OpenSolaris
OpenIndiana Docs http://makruger.github.io/website/ Here you will find the latest systems documentation from the OpenIndiana project. 1.3 OpenSolaris
OpenIndiana Docs http://docs.openindiana.org/ Home of the OpenIndiana Hipster Handbook 1.3 OpenSolaris
Oracle Solaris 11 Administration – Command Cheat Sheet http://unixadminschool.com/blog/2015/08/oracle-solaris-11-administration-command-cheat-sheet/#System_Configuration
1.3 OpenSolaris
Oracle Solaris 11 How-To Articles http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/solaris11/documentation/how-to-517481.html Oracle Solaris 11 Documentation How-To Articles: Getting Started, Cloud Management, Networking, Data Management, Security and Compliance, System Configuration, Virtualization, Lifecycle Management, ... 1.3 OpenSolaris
Oracle Solaris 11 Product Documentation http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/solaris11/documentation/index.html Oracle Solaris 11 product documentation provides a wealth of information about Oracle Solaris 11.3 technologies, including step-by-step how-tos, examples of use cases, big-picture overviews, and detailed reference information. 1.3 OpenSolaris
Oracle Solaris Essentials for Experienced Administrators http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=904&get_params=cloudId:307,seriesId:20551 IT Professionals can discover how easy it is to simplify operations and continue to benefit from UNIX advantages, by moving off IBM AIX systems onto Oracle’s cutting edge, Oracle Solaris-powered platforms. With this series, “Oracle Solaris Essentials for Experienced Administrators,” students can experience “a day in the life” of an experienced System administrator who is faced with installing and supporting Solaris systems. This course is ideal for System Administrators, System Analysts, IT Managers and IT Architects.
Note: Is good for FreeBSD users too.
1.3 OpenSolaris
SDC-documents - SmartDataCenter for SmartOS https://docs.joyent.com/sdc7/ SDC-documents - SmartDataCenter for SmartOS 1.3 OpenSolaris
Simple Programmer https://simpleprogrammer.com Hi, I’m John Sonmez, the Founder of Simple Programmer and author of “Soft Skills: The Software Developer’s Life Manual.”John-Sonmez-Small. I created Simple Programmer with the goal of making the complex simple. As a software developer, I often found that people tend to have a way of making things appear more complex than they really are. I also discovered that often the simple solutions were the best ones—although not always the easiest to derive. Simple Programmer is focused on helping software developers, programmers and other IT professionals improve their careers and live better lives. One thing I learned from year of consulting and coaching software developers is that increasing your technical aptitude is not enough. 9.9 no operating system
SmartCore http://blog.smartcore.net.au/ SmartCore is my main outlet for SmartOS, ZFS, WordPress, SEO and other inspired writings and tends to cover a wide range of topics that interest me. 1.3 OpenSolaris
SmartOS - Wiki and Book https://wiki.smartos.org/display/DOC/Home
1.3 OpenSolaris
SmartOS introduction https://everycity.co.uk/smartos/ SmartOS is really the first operating system on the market which has been designed specifically for cloud computing. It’s derived from Solaris which is an enterprise class UNIX, tried and tested over 20 years in some of the most demanding commercial environments that exist, e.g. the world’s banks and trading exchanges. 1.3 OpenSolaris
Solaris Blog and News https://blogs.oracle.com/partnertech/ Technical insights for and about ISV applications on Solaris.
Application Availability, How-tos, Best Practices, Application Tuning and Results
1.3 OpenSolaris
Solaris en castellano - manuales y ayuda sobre Solaris y OpenIndiana http://sparcki.blogspot.com/
1.3 OpenSolaris
Solaris, Nexenta, OpenIndiana, and napp-it Comunity by STH https://forums.servethehome.com/index.php?forums/solaris-nexenta-openindiana-and-napp-it.26/ A place to discuss Solaris, NexentaStor Enterprise Edition, Community Edition, OpenIndiana, and related topics such as the napp-it WebGUI.
STH is the IT professional's guide to servers, storage, networking, and high-end workstation hardware, plus great open source projects.
1.3 OpenSolaris
SVG Clipart https://openclipart.org
The SVG format is ideal for scalable pictures. 9.9 no operating system
Top best alternatives (software) http://www.topbestalternatives.com/ TopBestAlternatives is UK based web service with contributors around the world. We have a passion to help you discover the accurate software suite for you computer, mobile phone or tablet. Our sole inclination is to providing you with alternatives to software you already know and need to replace. Based on our users’ indulgence, we file useful alternatives to the applications you are looking for as replacement of your current ones. 9.9 no operating system
Tutorials Point (online tutorials) https://www.tutorialspoint.com Tutorials Point originated from the idea that there exists a class of readers who respond better to online content and prefer to learn new skills at their own pace from the comforts of their drawing rooms. The journey commenced with a single tutorial on HTML in 2006 and elated by the response it generated, we worked our way to adding fresh tutorials to our repository which now proudly flaunts a wealth of tutorials and allied articles on topics ranging from programming languages to web designing to academics and much more.
Excellent UNIX and scientific software support.
9.1 various systems
tutorialspoint http://www.tutorialspoint.com/ Learning programming and handling of Unix, made in India 4.1 Unix
Unix command list and cammand translator http://bhami.com/rosetta.html
4.1 Unix
UnixAdminSchool - many information's for Solaris and illumos http://unixadminschool.com/blog/
1.3 OpenSolaris
UnixArena, technical articles and tutorials http://www.unixarena.com/category/oracle-solaris
1.3 OpenSolaris
Unixmen Information and tutorials for Unix and FreeBSD https://www.unixmen.com/category/unix/
1.1 FreeBSD
UNIXROCK infos y manual for Solaris 11.x http://www.unixrock.com/#
1.3 OpenSolaris
Virtualization and Disk management on OpenIndiana http://www.linuxforu.com/2011/10/virtualisation-and-disk-management-in-openindiana
1.3 OpenSolaris
voip-info.org https://www.voip-info.org/ This Wiki covers everything related to VOIP, software, hardware, VoIP service providers, reviews, configurations, standards, tips and tricks and everything else related to voice over IP networks, IP telephony and Internet Telephony. 9.9 no operating system
w3schools.com http://www.w3schools.com/ Web developer site with full (all) Web building tutorials - for free.
HTML - CSS - JAVAscript - PHP - SQL - Node.js - Web bulding - XML & more
9.1 various systems
What is FreeBSD by Gavin Atkinson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnO4S7kb7vg FreeBSD has often been referred to as “the unknown giant” among open source operating systems. Even if you’re not using FreeBSD on your own servers, you’re quite possibly running FreeBSD based devices in your data centre, living room or pocket without even realising it. (publicado el 27 mar. 2017) 1.1 FreeBSD
Xinuos OpenServer - Training on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1Wpc2lNeD1s0yRBobDko1Q Xinuos OpenServer - Training
Showing the world that open source operating systems are highly scalable, high performing, well priced, easy to manage and relevant.
1.1 FreeBSD
ZFS http://buildwithbsd.org/zfs/ The ZFS filesystem. While this site is focused on FreeBSD the ZFS tutorials can be used on illumos, Solaris and Linux (including Ubuntu 16.04 LTS). 1.1 FreeBSD

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