BSD Magazine #1 published

BSD Magazine #1 published

BSD Magazine issue #1 is out. Really good to see that the first BSD Magazine has come out and is being distributed. Congratulations to the team! There are several types of subscriptions for this magazine, i.e. print subscription, electronic subscription and the...

BSD Magazine – update

Over the last weekend and the beginning of this week I received some emails  from readers who were unable to contact anyone behind the BSD Magazine. Today Kate emailed me saying that there are some problems with the website and other IT problems, but if you want, you...
BSD Magazine – it’s coming!

BSD Magazine – it’s coming!

I blogged before that there were plans of creating a FreeBSD Magazine. Just to let you know that the first issue can be expected around April 2008. It won’t be just about FreeBSD, but also about other BSD OSses, incl. OpenBSD and NetBSD, hence the name BSD...
Exciting future ahead for BSD

Exciting future ahead for BSD

Trollaxor has written up an interesting piece about the history and future of the major BSD systems: FreeBSD, netBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD and Darwin. In the new year the Berkeley Software Distribution family of Unix-like operating systems is growing at a phenomenal...
(Free)BSD myths dispelled

(Free)BSD myths dispelled

As the BSD projects (DragonFlyBSD, FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD) have grown in size, a number of persistent myths have grown up around them. Some of these are perpetuated by well meaning but misguided individuals, others by people pursuing their own agendas. This page...