FreeBSD Tutorials

This site is a FreeBSD tutorial collection where I write about various topics about FreeBSD. From how we can use FreeBSD on the desktop and to how we can use FreeBSD as a server.

Sources of information

Here are the main sources of information:

In this post I'll explain how to do the basic installation of FreeBSD.

In this tutorial I explain to you how we update our FreeBSD to a new version and how we can use the package manager pkg.

After installing FreeBSD successfully, we will complete the following steps before proceeding with the actual setup.

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to set up a basic firewall on FreeBSD.

In this post, I will tell you how to improve your network settings under FreeBSD.

By default, FreeBSD does not load all possible drivers; it must be instructed to load the drivers specific to our hardware.

With this guide, I will explain to you how we enable our users to use external devices.

With this tutorial, I will explain to you how we can make our FreeBSD a little faster and optimize it for desktop use.

DragonFly Mail Agent (included with FreeBSD 11) allows us to replace sendmail when we only need our server/desktop to send email.

In this tutorial, we will install and set up Xorg and the appropriate graphics drivers.

If we are not using Gnome or KDE, we can use Slim or XDM as the session manager.

In this blog post I explain how to install and set up KDE 5 on FreeBSD.

In this tutorial I'll explain how to install GNOME3 on FreeBSD.

In this tutorial I'll explain how we can install XFCE on FreeBSD.

In this tutorial I'll explain how to install Mate on FreeBSD.

There are several solutions for automatically mounting of volumes. I will introduce you 2 solutions, automount and DSBMD.

In this tutorial I will explain how to install a nice dark theme.

In this tutorial, I explain how to install the Firefox browser under FreeBSD and also set it up with privacy.

In this tutorial, I explain how we do and edit the URXVT terminal.

This blog post describes how to set up and use the Poudriere Build System.

Here is a brief description of how the Nginx web server is installed on FreeBSD.

This is a tutorial on how to use PHP on FreeBSD.

In this post I will tell you how to install MySQL on FreeBSD

In this tutorial I'll explain how to install Airsonic on FreeBSD.

In this tutorial, I explain how to install and set up Bitwarden RS on FreeBSD.