BSD Now Episode 331: Why Computers Suck

BSD Now Episode 331: Why Computers Suck

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss learning OpenBSD and appreciating computers more, how Unix works, FreeBSD 12.1 and Ryzen Threadripper 3970X, BSDCan Call for Papers, HardenedBSD’s Instrastructure Goals, and some others....
A glimpse into 2020 by eerielinux

A glimpse into 2020 by eerielinux

User eerielinux writes about what lies ahead in the year 2020, discussing his experiences with RISC-V hardware and FreeBSD on SPARC64 architecture, ARM64 (Cavium ThunderX), HardenedBSD, illumos, and others. Check out their blog below to read about what’s in...
FreeBSD end-of-year recap by adridg

FreeBSD end-of-year recap by adridg

FreeBSD contributor Adriaan de Groot, known for his work on KDE/FreeBSD. discusses his end of the year run for FreeBSD related projects. He outlines the progress made with KDE Frameworks, KDE Plasma, Qt6, as well as his work on getting Calamares working with FreeBSD....
OPNsense 19.7.8 is now available

OPNsense 19.7.8 is now available

The developers of OPNsense have made available version 19.7.8. Notable changes are gateway selection fixes, elliptic curve TLS certificate, fix XSS in backup page, referential integrity check, imrpove NetFlow error handling, and many others. See the link below for the...
BSD Now Episode 330: Happy Holidays, All(an)

BSD Now Episode 330: Happy Holidays, All(an)

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss OpenBSD authentication vulnerabilities, NetBSD 9.0-RC1, FreeNAS on DigitalOcean droplet, NomadBSD 1.3, e2k19 nobody hears you scream, and some others. Press play below to tune in: BSDNow.TV show...