BSD Now Episode 369: Where rc.d belongs

BSD Now Episode 369: Where rc.d belongs

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan & Benedict discuss High Availability Firewall & Router in OpenBSD, CARP, pfsync, ifstated, Development version of Emacs on NetBSD, rc.d and libexec not etc, FreeBSD 11.3 End-of-Life, OPNsense 20.7.1, Midnight 1.2.7, and...

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FreeBSD 12.2-RC1 is now available

FreeBSD 12.2-RC1 is now available

The developers of FreeBSD have made available the First Release Candidate of FreeBSD version 12.2. Notable changes are merging of OpenSSL 1.1.1h, fix for UFS hash checking, NFSv4.1, mmap'd, updates to Amazon EC2 AMIs, and several other bugs. You can view the full list...

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BSD Now Episode 368: Changing OS roles

BSD Now Episode 368: Changing OS roles

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict & Allan discuss a modern OpenBSD console. OS roles changing, Pacemaker and Corosync with FreeBSD Cluster, Wine 32-bit sandbox and 64-bit NetBSD, Find package and OpenBSD, and some others. Hit play below to tune in: BSDNow.TV...

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BSD Now Episode 367: Changing jail datasets

BSD Now Episode 367: Changing jail datasets

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict & Allan discuss a 35 year old bug in Patch, Sandbox and FreeBSD, changing from one dataset to another within jails, tmux or screen for ZFS which you don't need, HardenedBSD status report, and some others. Press play below to...

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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 the BSD...

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BSD Now Episode 366: Bootloader zpool checkpoints

BSD Now Episode 366: Bootloader zpool checkpoints

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan & Benedict discuss OpenZFS with ZSTD and FreeBSD 13, LibreSSL doc status, FreeBSD on SPARC64, zpool checkpoints and FreeBSD bootloader, and some others. Click play below to tune in: BSDNow.TV show notes:...

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BSD Now Episode 365: Whole year round

BSD Now Episode 365: Whole year round

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan & Benedict discuss USB audio on FreeBSD, Kyua an Intro for NetBSD users, backup ZFS on Linux kernel modules, CLI Tools, FreeBSD laptop battery status, and some others. Press play below to tune in: BSDNow.TV show notes:...

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BSD Link Roundup 9.11

BSD Link Roundup 9.11

A compilation of BSD related links since the summer, in case you missed any. As always, happy BSD-ing! Grants - Helping You Further the FreeBSD Project via FreeBSD Foundation Setting up FreeBSD on your PC/Laptop after installation via amirzaim FREEBSD DISPLAY DRIVER –...

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BSD Now Episode 364: FreeBSD Wireless Grind

BSD Now Episode 364: FreeBSD Wireless Grind

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict & Allan discuss WebEngine GPU Acceleration and FreeBSD Qt, FreeBSD's wireless stack grind, overlooking Illumos's syseventadm, Unix learned to reboot, DragonflyBSD EXT2/3/4 File-System driver, and some others. Click play...

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BSD Now Episode 363: Traditional Unix toolchains

BSD Now Episode 363: Traditional Unix toolchains

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan & Benedict discuss FreeBSD Q2 2020 status report, Traditional Unix Toolchains, BastilleBSD 0.7, Meltdown on DragonflyBSD, and some more. Hit play below to tune in: BSDNow.TV show notes: https://www.bsdnow.tv/363

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Android App development under FreeBSD by Bao

Android App development under FreeBSD by Bao

User Bao Baojun documents his experiences in developing Android applications under the FreeBSD operating system. Check out his journey in mixing a mobile Linux with FreeBSD at the link below. I started using FreeBSD around May 2020. Don't know why, maybe just got a...

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BSD Now Episode 362: 2.11-BSD restoration

BSD Now Episode 362: 2.11-BSD restoration

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict, Allan, and JT interview Warner Losh regarding a history of Unix, 2.11-BSD restoration project, Unix heritage society, booting properly, and devmatch. Press play below to tune in: BSDNow.TV show notes:...

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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...

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