The BSD Mag September issue is about BSD and Linux
The following articles can be found in this issue:
Installing a Citrix Client on FreeBSD
As our computing needs change, so does our criteria for selecting an operating system. Today, my job and my family are in different cities.
Writing shellcode for Linux and *BSD
A shellcode is a sequence of machine language instructions which an already-running program can be forced to execute by altering its execution flow through software vulnerabilities (e.g. stack overflow, heap overflow or format strings).
How To Convert Text to Voice Using Festival and Lame in FreeBSD
In 2007 I built a web-based IM/ Chat Service which was later launched as an iPhone web app. Making a long story short I retired the service in 2008 and that was that.
FreeBSD Squid proxy with Parental Controls How-To
Traditionally, web pages were served via a webserver such as Apache and transmitted via the network on port 80 to a web-browser.
Network monitoring with Nagios and OpenBSD PART 2
So our OpenBSD-based network now includes redundant firewalls, domain name servers, a mail gateway and a web proxy cache .
The Difference Between FreeBSD and Ubuntu in a Not So Technical Way
As a system administrator, I have been using various distributions of Linux and FreeBSD. I am comfortable in a mixed environment of *nix operating systems to provide network services.
Download: BSD Magazine 2010-09 (Linux and BSD)