A few days ago, I finally got around to publishing the article about FreeBSD jails, that I wrote late last year. However to make a HOWTO article, like this one properly readable on this site, I needed a new layout for my blog. The reason being that, the amount of space for the actual page content in the WordPress theme that I was using previously (Almost Spring by Becca Wei), was too small to fit the configuration file examples in the article. So I poked around at themes.wordpress.net, and found the theme Classic Beauty by Ei Sabai Nyo. When I noticed that it was licensed under the GNU General Public License, I installed it, and liked it a lot, and it worked perfectly for my article on FreeBSD jails. I fixed a few bugs related to full W3C compliance, cleaned up the header bits and fixed a hard-coded path. I emailed the author all the changes, in the classic free software way, in case she was interested, as of writing I have not gotten a response.
Anyway, if you’re interested in FreeBSD, and don’t already know about the kick-ass jail feature, you might want to consider taking a look at my article titled Security, Process Isolation and Virtual Hosting with FreeBSD Jails.
Happy Hacking! 😀