This month’s BSD Magazine features Serverless Approach to Security Automation by Renan Dias, Loading an OpenSSH Hostkey by Mike Tancsa, an interview with CTO of NBS System Emile Heitor, as well as tutorials on installing Windows 10 in FreeBSD 11, connecting Pycharm to debug a remote Docker container, and more. Follow the link below to download the PDF/EPUB file.
The latest edition of BSD Magazine features the latest updates to TrueOS and Lumina Desktop Environment — developed by Kris Moore and Ken Moore of the PC-BSD team, respectively. Other articles feature OpenBSD, dual-booting with Windows on UEFI root, the latest entry to the dual-controller storage array, FreeNAS plugins, and finally MINIX. Head on over to the link below to download the PDF or EPUB.
BSD Magazine Vol 10 No 09 – https://bsdmag.org/download/lumina_desktop_cust/
The latest special edition of BSD Magazine features a compilation of articles from David Carlier, known for his involvement with HardenedBSD and FreeBSD. Also, explore a variety of articles from Minix 3, a free open source and lightweight operating system, to Docker, FreeNAS, and more. Download the PDF or EPUB from the following links.
Today we are proud to deliver a special BSD Mag issue with compilation of all the best David Carliers articles. David has been cooperating with us for a couple of years. During this time he has delivered a great number of very technical articles, with thousands lines of code. His articles have always been in line with issue themes and we have a feeling that whatever topic we would ask for, he is able to write about it. He possesses great knowledge and passion to open source systems, mostly BSD – of course.
We have chosen his best articles about FreeBSD, NetBSD, NodeJS, HardnedBSD, FreeBSD Security and Cloud.
If you have been wondering who David actually is, at the end of this issue you will find his bio.
We hope you will enjoy the reading.
BSD Special – Best of David Carlier Articles – https://bsdmag.org/download/bsd-special-best-david-carlier-articles/
The summer holiday season is almost behind us. We hope you have been having a great time. At BSD Mag, we have been working hard to serve you the content that will interest and benefit you the most. We have sent a couple of requests for you to let us know what topics have been the most interesting for you. We will try to find articles on those topics to help you find the answers you are looking for. So, if you have something in mind, don’t hesitate to contact us.
MINIX 3 Free, Open-Source, Operating System, Highly Reliable, Flexible and Secure – https://bsdmag.org/download/minix-3-free-open-source-operating-system-highly-reliable-flexible-secure/
This article by Hamza Sheikh details his journey of moving from Linux to FreeBSD. He discusses everything from the ports offered, BSD licensing, choosing from the various BSD distributions, to ZFS. See the link below for the full story.
Before going into why FreeBSD is now my preferred OS for learning UNIX, let us review why I used Linux for a long time.
I started with Red Hat (before RHEL) in the early 2000s; tried to install it on a variety of hardware from CDs found in the back pages of books from the library. There was not a single working install so I gave up. Then came the Ubuntu hype, and around 2006 I built a computer specifically to install and learn it. Everything – except Wi-Fi – worked out of the box. I managed to get Wi-Fi working with ndiswrapper reading a lot of community documentation. I now had a working box and I began my Linux journey.
Why FreeBSD? by Hamza Sheikh – https://bsdmag.org/why_freebsd/
This BSD Magazine issue features the BeaST Architecture by Mikhail, Docker, Python, FreeNAS, MySQL, in addition to an article about Brexit by Rob Somerville. Download the PDF or EPUB from the link below.
We hope you have been doing well. Holiday season has started, both public holidays and vacation. How was the 4th of July in the USA and Canada’s day? 1st of July? Did you have a great time with your friends and families? If you are not based in North America, let us know what and when is the most important holiday in your country!
We all love holidays, but let’s dive into this month’s issue. As always, we will start with news from the industry. There has been a lot going on in the open source world.
Enjoy your holidays and let us know what topics you would like us to cover in upcoming issues.
Marta & BSD Team
The most recent BSD Magazine features an article by Mikhail E. Zakharov regarding a FreeBSD based dual-controller concept, benchmark test results between Mac OS X and FreeBSD, an interview with GhostBSD’s developer Eric Turgeon, and more. Download the PDF or EPUB below.
Huge apology for our delay. We have been having some technical problems. But new BSD Mag is finally out!
The beautiful month of May is behind us and we are heading into the holiday period. Where are you going to spend your vacation?
What’s more, in the beginning of July, our American readers will celebrate Independence Day. Wishing all the best for you and your families! We hope you will spend this day in peace, happiness, and joy.
Moving on to this issue, it opens with industry news, as always. Next, you will read “FreeBSD based dual-controller storage system concept” by Mikhail E. Zakharov, This is the second great article out of three, by this author.
We are proud to introduce to you Natalia Portillo. She made a great comparison of MacOS and FreeBSD in her article “BenchmarksMacOSxVSFreeBSD”.
After her article, we have another (after the previous issue), a GhostBSD related article “GhostBSD – easy to use yet powerful” by Kalin Staykov. If you like this BSD, you will enjoy our interview with Eric Turgeon as well.
“Server Automation for NodeJS over SSH with Nodemiral” by Ray Mahangoe, explains what is Nodemiral and how to install it.
iXsystems prepared a series of articles for you as well. Mark von Fange shared with us its first part “FreeNAS Getting Started Guide: Part 1, Planning, and Installation”.
Finally, as always, you can find a great article by Rob Somerville about Barclays bank.
Enjoy the reading and have a beautiful June! “Don’t count the days, make the days count” – Muhammad Ali.
Marta & BSD Team
The latest BSD Magazine features an article on ZFS with FreeBSD dual storage controller concept by Mikhail E. Zakharov, secure VPNs on FreeBSD networks, as well as articles about OpenBSD, NetBSD, and GhostBSD. Download the PDF/EPUB from the link below.
Official page: https://bsdmag.org/download/reusing_openbsd/
The latest issue of the BSD Magazine features an introduction kernel and syscalls on FreeBSD by David Carlier. As someone who is not a main user of unikernels, Hamza Shiekh discusses what the pros and cons may be. In addition, Russell Pavlicek dives deeper into the subject of unikernels. Included are much more kernel content, as well an article on OpenBSD and FreeNAS. Download your copy of the PDF or EPUB from the link below.
The latest BSD Magazine
We hope you have all been doing well. This issue is focused on kernels. We will start from “An Outsider Perspective on Unikernels” by Hamza Sheikh. Russell Pavlicek will explain you, how to “Understand Unikerlnes”. What do you think about unikernels yourself?
Next, David Carlier will introduce you to “Kernel and Syscalls”. We would also like to share with you the first module of David’s online course “Developing FreeBSD Kernel Modules”. We took down this course from the web page, because materials were not completed. But the ones we have are very good and we would like to share them with you. If you are interested in learning “How to Upgrade OpenBSD and Build a Kernel”, you have to take a look at Bob Cromwell’s article. You will love it!
iXsystems shared with us this month “Maxing Out Storage Performance with ZFS Caching”. Mark VonFange always has some- thing ready for you ;)
Fifth episode of “Model View Whatever” series will be focused on “Dolphin Smalltalk MVP”. Damian Czernous will evaluate “More vs less important view logic”.
In this issue you will find one interview. We spoke with Giuseppe Canale about cyber security, Windows 10, being an expert and about open source, of course.
In the end, as always, is Rob’s column and his point of view on the Panama Papers leak. What do you think about it? Has your country been mentioned in the many articles that have come out?
We would like to highly recommend you take a look at our online courses, especially if you liked the first module of “Developing FreeBSD Kernel Modules”. We have three more online courses that you can still join and one that is slowly being prepared ;)
Also, we would like to thank all of you who contacted us after Marta’s message to you. We have gotten so many responses! Next BSD Mag issue belongs to you!
Have a nice April!
Marta & BSD Mag Team
Download here: https://bsdmag.org/download/kernel_syscalls/
For those who have not seen it, the latest BSD Magazine issue features an introduction to Swift, an open source language used by OS X and iOS. Download the PDF and ePUB in the link below. This issue also features a column by Rob Somerville regarding the recent Apple security incident, an article about TrueNAS, and an excerpt on UNIX file systems.
February, the month of love, is behind us. This month we have Easter. We hope you have a great time with your families this month of Easter (as we do every month ;)).
This issue opens with BSD World Monthly News, as always. Next, you will find a couple of articles about Swift. To begin with, “Introduction to Swift, Open Source Language for iOs” by David Carlier. After that, “Open Source Might Be the New Business Era!” is a very nice and easily read article by Georgios Pessios. It is his debut, let us know what you think about his first article. The topic of Swift closes with “Memory Management in Swift” by Arash Z. Jahangiri.
The latest BSD Magazine, Issue 01/2016 is out. Full the link below to download the PDF or EPUB.
The holiday season is almost over. We have only one “holiday” left this month – Valentine’s Day. Do you count it as a holiday? Do you celebrate other holidays this month? Let us know, we love to learn more about you!
You will not find hearts in this issue. You don’t have to expect red and pink colours either, but if you like to celebrate the holiday of love, I would like to wish you an amazing time with beloved ones.
Moving on to the issue, this time we would like to focus on the subject of open storage. Check out contents below!
Here, I would also like to apologise to you for changing the names of the files. We have been trying to systematise it and we have decided that naming them by numbers, not by months will be the best way. So that‘s how it will be from now and please, don’t get annoyed by that any more ;)
Enjoy your reading!
Marta & BSD Mag Team