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 ====== Distribution FreeBSD ====== ====== Distribution FreeBSD ======
 +{{ :fr:dedicated-server:operating-system:distribution-server:freebsd-logo.png?100 |}}
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 +<nowiki>FreeBSD</nowiki> is a free UNIX based operating system. It was created by Berkeley software distribution.
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 +The goal of the <nowiki>FreeBSD</nowiki> project is to provide a system that can serve everything with the less restrictions possible. 
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 +<nowiki>FreeBSD</nowiki>offers advanced possibilities in terms of networking, performance and security. 
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 +===== FreeBSD versions =====
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 +Here are the latest versions available for production
 +
  
-{{ /fr/serveur-dedie/systemes-d_exploitation/distribution-freebsd/freebsd-logo.gif?100|FreeBSD logo }}+^ Version  ^ Status   ^ EOL                    ^ 
 +| 11.4 | Production    |                        | 
 +| 10.4 | Legacy    | October 31, 2018                      | 
 +| 10.3 | Legacy    | April 30, 2018                        | 
 +| 10.2 | EOL | December 31, 2016      | 
 +| 10.1 | EOL | December 31, 2016      | 
 +| 9.3  | EOL | December 31, 2016      |
  
-The goal of the FreeBSD Project is to provide a system that can be used for everything, with the least possible restrictions.+You can find the improvements of each version on the website of [[ https://www.freebsd.org/where.html|FreeBSD]]
  
-FreeBSD offers advanced networking capabilities in terms of performance and security. 
  
-===== FreeBSD 10.1 64BITS =====+===== Administration =====
  
-You can find the improvements in the website [[ https://www.freebsd.org/fr/where.html| FreeBSD]]+Direct access to the root account is disabled by default in <nowiki>FreeBSD.</nowiki>
  
-===== The administration =====+You can access the server using your user account and by using the command **su** - with your root password - to run commands as root.
  
-Direct access to the account via root is disabled by default in FreeBSD.+We offer a classic installation using UFS (with HARD RAID only). 
 +If your server is equipped with a KVM over IP device, you can run a custom installation using the ISO images available at https://virtualmedia.online.net/bsd/
  
-You must log in with your user account and use su - with your root password. 
  
-Our installation system use UFS by default. If your server has [[en:serveur-dedie:systemes-d_exploitation:installation-depuis-dell-idrac-7|IDRAC (Dell)]] or [[en:serveur-dedie:systemes-d_exploitation:installation-depuis-hp-ilo|ILO (HP)]] access, you'll be able to install available ISO from https://virtualmedia.online.net/bsd/ and make a custom installation to configure your partitions & filesystem to your needs.