The 9.0 PC-BSD Users Handbook has been translated to Indonesian and is available for download in the following formats:
Thanks goes to Tri Mulya S for the translation.
Tigersharke is working on the HTML version which should show up here some time in the next few days.
There will not be a Kindle version as this language is not supported by Amazon Kindle.
A video that describes how to use PC-BSD 9.0′s Port Jail is now available on YouTube.
The video provides an overview of what a jail is and why you would want to use one, then demonstrates how to initialize the ports jail, how to install the ports tree within the jail, and how to install packages and ports within the Ports Jail.
More information about Ports Jail can be found in that section of the PC-BSD User Guide.
From the press release:
The most recent edition of PC-BSD updates the suggestion list of the search bar with DuckDuckGo to provide users with a discreet, clutter-free search option. Additionally, DuckDuckGo offers many benefits including the ability to use shortcuts to directly search many websites and instant answers that provide topic summaries from a variety of web sources.
PC-BSD users concerned with security can be confident in the knowledge that requests submitted through DuckDuckGo will remain confidential. “We are pleased to make DuckDuckGo available to PC-BSD users, providing a reliable, yet completely anonymous search experience,” says Kris Moore, Director of PC-BSD Software Development at iXsystems.
“We are delighted to partner with PC-BSD,” says Gabriel Weinberg, DuckDuckGo’s founder and CEO. “DuckDuckGo and PC-BSD have a shared philosophy on the value of open source and choice.”
If you have installed the LXDE window manager, a system update is now available in Update Manager that addresses several bugs reported by users. The description for the update indicates that changes to menu-cache-0.3.2_2 were implemented in order to fix an issue within the LXDE desktop which caused the menu to constantly refresh every 2-4 seconds.
For those of you who like a hard copy of documentation, the PC-BSD 9.0 Users Handbook is now available for purchase from the FreeBSD Mall. The Handbook is available as:
I’ve heard that the book looks awesome and have seen the cover/label/insert artwork for the DVD. Thanks to Jenny Rosenberg for the artwork and to Theresa Garner at FreeBSD Mall.