Evoke 0.2 Project Update

Dylan Cochran posted  an update as  to where he is with the developement of Evoke and what we can expect to come: I’ve been working on portions of what will become 0.2. We’ve replaced init with nexusd (a hybrid of init, watchdogd, and eventually powerd and...

Interview with Evoke developer Dylan Cochran

I sent an email to Dylan Cochran with some question regarding his Evoke BSD project. It’s been sitting in my email for a little while, so it’s time to post it. These were my questions and Dylan’s answers: 1) Can you give a quick update on the state...

Announcing Evoke 0.1R1

The Evoke Project (formerly D*mn Small BSD) is starting to take more shape. 0.1 is the first official ‘release’ of Evoke, It represents the first step into our ultimate goal of improving the UNIX userland. This release contains scaffolding and general...

Evoke (formerly D*mnSmallBSD)

It’s been quiet around D*mnSmallBSD the last 12 months. Progress is slow as it’s only a small project and there has been a leadership change. The project has moved their website to Google Code and changed it’s name to Evoke on request of the D*mn...
FreeBSD in 2007 – a review

FreeBSD in 2007 – a review

2007 is over. It was a very successful year for open source software and another 12 interesting months have passed for FreeBSD. In this post I want to look back at 2007 and see how FreeBSD faired, what happened in “FreeBSD land” and how FreeBSD based...
DS BSD, The pocket sized   BSD

DS BSD, The pocket sized BSD

On the first of December 2007 a very tiny FreeBSD-based flavour was launched: D*mn Small BSD (DSBSD). It’s weighing in only under 50mb and comes with a Fluxbox desktop. There are many Linux distros like this, the most popular distro being D*mn Small Linux (DSL...