BSDNow.TV Episode 299: The Meltdown of Spectre

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling & Allan Jude discuss responses from various BSD projects on Meltdown & Spectre, show us how to run CentOS on bhyve, announce GhostBSD 11.1, and look at the case against the fork syscall. Click play below to...
Qt 5.9 on FreeBSD

Qt 5.9 on FreeBSD

Qt 5.9 is now on FreeBSD according to developers Tobias and Raphael. Qt is an open-source application framework for developing application software. You may download it from the FreeBSD ports tree. With Qt 5.9, the Elisa music player works, for instance (where it has...

Should I use BSD? r/BSD

A user at r/BSD asks the community if they should use BSD, coming from a Linux background. A lengthy discussion follows. Here are some of the top comments: For starting I would recommend TrueOS, you can check a FreeBSD base quick and with good defaults. Then if you...

BSDNow.TV Episode 228: The Spectre of Meltdown

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude & Benedict Reuschling discuss the Spectre & Meltdown situation, look at NetBSD memory sanitizer progress, Postgres on ZFS, and show us a bit about NomadBSD. Press play below to tune in: Jupiter Broadcasting show...

Meltdown and Spectre vulnerability

The FreeBSD Security Team have issued a notice regarding the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerability, known to affect many Intel systems around the world. A fix is in progress and will be announced soon.You may view the report from various websites below. By now, we're...

BSD Now 227: The long core dump

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling & Allan Jude walk us through dumping a PS4 kernel in 6 days, discuss NetBSD 7.11, show us how to run FreeBSD on Thinkpad T470, and update us on the OpenBSD’s pledge progress. Click play below to tune in:...
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