FreeBSD 10

FreeBSD is a free UNIX-like operating system, derived from BSD, the version of UNIX developed at the University of California, Berkeley.The mark FreeBSD is a registered trademark of The FreeBSD Foundation and is used by Colin Percival with the permission of The FreeBSD Foundation. The FreeBSD Logo is a trademark of The FreeBSD Foundation and is used by Colin Percival with the permission of The FreeBSD Foundation.


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    Latest Version

    10.3-RELEASE (Other available versions)


    Operating System

    Linux/Unix, FreeBSD 10


    Delivery Method

    64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (Read more)



    AWS Services Required

    Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS


    Highlights

    • FreeBSD is an advanced operating system for modern server, desktop and embedded computer platforms.
    • FreeBSD provides advanced networking, impressive security features, and world class performance, and is used by some of the world's busiest websites.

    Product Description

    FreeBSD is a free UNIX-like operating system, derived from BSD, the version of UNIX developed at the University of California, Berkeley.

    The mark FreeBSD is a registered trademark of The FreeBSD Foundation and is used by Colin Percival with the permission of The FreeBSD Foundation. The FreeBSD Logo is a trademark of The FreeBSD Foundation and is used by Colin Percival with the permission of The FreeBSD Foundation.

    Product Details

    • Version: 10.3-RELEASE
    • Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 06/06/2014

    Resources

    Usage Instructions

    This AMI launches with sshd running and the SSH public key you provide at launch time allowed to log in as ec2-user with passwordless "su" to root. To use this AMI, you will need your EC2 firewall...

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    Support Details

    FreeBSD 10

    Support for FreeBSD is available via the mailing lists and FreeBSD Forums.

    http://www5.us.freebsd.org/community.html

    AWS Infrastructure

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    Refund Policy

    This is a free product.

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    EC2 charges for Micro instances are free for up to 750 hours a month if you qualify for the AWS Free Tier.

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    Recent Product Reviews

    08/09/2016

    Using this for Redmine on t2.nano.

    Wanted a micro/small instance which can host a low traffic Redmine instance. The Bitnami AMIs on GNU/Linux...

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    07/03/2016

    Performance is incredible

    The performance on this AMI is incredible. My new FreeBSD server, which is half the size of my old Ubuntu...

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    06/29/2016

    Great job

    Great job, But ZFS is preferred to instead of UFS. Any plan to enable ZFS filesystem in the future version?

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    06/04/2016

    How to add IPs

    1. Add additional private IPs to your instance in EC2 dashboard (optional, one for each Elastic IP) 2....

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    03/20/2016

    works as expected

    take note to login as ec2-user. Also connecting EBS storage appears to be /dev/x*** or something like...

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