What is the oldest BSD distribution? by Warner Losh

What is the oldest BSD distribution? by Warner Losh

FreeBSD contributor Warner Losh walks us through BSD memory lane and discusses the world’s oldest Berkeley Software Distribution, going back to the 4.BSD, 2.BSD, Seventh, Sixth, and so forth. Wonder what it is? Check out his interesting presentation featuring...
History of FreeBSD Part 1: Unix and BSD by Klara Systems

History of FreeBSD Part 1: Unix and BSD by Klara Systems

Klara Systems takes us back to the early days of Berkeley Software Distribution systems, and its notable ancestor UNIX. Check out the first part of their FreeBSD History series at the link below. FreeBSD, a free and open-source Unix-like operating system has been...
The History of BSD and IP Stacks with Rodney Grimes

The History of BSD and IP Stacks with Rodney Grimes

This is a podcast with Rodney Grimes, one of the original co-founders of the FreeBSD project, discussing the history of Berkeley Software Distribution and IP Stacks, an early implementation of the worldwide used TCP/IP protocol. Rodney takes us back into the early...
Linux & BSD Bookshelf by No Starch Press @ Humble Bundle

Linux & BSD Bookshelf by No Starch Press @ Humble Bundle

No Starch Press, known for publishing BSD and Linux guide books has teamed up with Humble Bundle for the latest Book Bundle. You can pay minimum 1 dollar to unlock seven great eBooks, with more the more you pay. The proceeds will be going to the No Starch Press...