I know the title’s not that helpful, but I like rhyming. The i915 driver in DragonFly now matches what’s in the Linux 4.5 kernel, for a more complete description. (Here’s the Linux changelog to match.) This is good news for anyone with Skylake, Broxton, or Kabylake processors.
This is a minor thing, but I bet someone will find it useful: Chromium in dports has been patched to remove the forced dependency on dbus, which will be useful to anyone using DragonFly and a ‘lighter’ window manager. You still need to specify this preference in your make.conf to have it happen.
Dig up more on James Burke (linked below) if you can, and if you have the time. His Connections show was a delight.
- “This $1,500 Toaster Oven Is Everything That’s Wrong With Silicon Valley Design” This clickbaity title is everything that’s wrong with Silicon Valley journalism… but I digress. (via)
- QoS when there is no congestion. (via)
- “Blame is apportioned appropriately.”
- James Burke and Connections kickstarted app. (via)
- “Weird, fun, wonderful, or useful automated phone numbers to call?” 1-800-444-4444 I use often at work, with a recorded message from a company that ceased to exist years ago. (via)
- Monads: Programmer’s Definition (via I think)
- The BASIC Issue with Retro Computers
- Procedural Dungeon Generation: Cellular Automata
- A vi-centric family tree of editors (2000) (via)
- Making umask work for you
- No more Solaris 12. A rumor. (via)
I have a pretty significant backlog of links for this week – to the point I had to open a separate browser window to sort out open tabs.
- TMUX Config Help on FreeBSD
- FreeBSD Foundation Contributions, Fundraising, and More
- Donating to the OpenBSD Foundation
- The Insecurity of OpenBSD. The article is from 2010 so reading comments at the source link may be better.
- BSD now 169: Scheduling your NetBSD, plus a comment. A followup to the second-most-recent BSDNow.
- Apple Releases macOS 10.12 Sierra Open Source Darwin Code. I don’t cover enough of the BSD side of MacOS, but it’s hard to separate from the Mac part.
- “Does OpenBSD, FreeBSD and NetBSD ship with binary blobs?” A perennial religious issue.
- Kristaps Dzonsons on pledge(2)
- TrueOS Pico – FreeBSD ARM/RPi Thin Clients (via)
- openbsd changes of note 2
OPNsense 16.7.9 releasedOPNsense 16.7.10 released See my note about backlog.
- LiteBSD Brings 4.4BSD to PIC32 (via)
- Start the holidays off with FreeNAS 10 BETA 2!
- EuroBSDcon 2016 Presentation Slides (via)
- OpenBSD on PC Engines APU2 (via)
- The Saga of Concurrent DNS in Python, and the Defeat of the Wicked Mutex Troll (via)
If you are moving to the newest 1.8 version of Go, the language, you need to be on at least the last release of DragonFly 4.4, or 4.6. You’ve probably upgraded by now anyway, or at least I hope you have.
The cohabiting part of this week’s BSDNow is about someone running FreeBSD and Gentoo on the same ZFS drive. No interview but lots of material from the recent EuroBSDCon and MeetBSD conventions.
Tennessee area BSD user group KnoxBUG is meeting tomorrow, and Warren Block will be the guest speaker. He’ll be talking about documentation. Going by the linked announcement, there will be both prizes and blame, so something for everyone!
It’s a Cyber Monday deal, so I can’t wait until the normal weekend roundup: BSD Magazine is offering their Devops with Chef on FreeBSD course for 30% off today only.
A lot of this I picked up in previous weeks, knowing that the U.S Thanksgiving holiday was going to either dry up all links or give me a crapload.
- Junkbot competition results. (via)
- It Came From Bell Labs – Story of the Plan 9 operating system. (via)
- Modelling data structures as files and directories on disk.
- Compromising a Linux desktop using… 6502 processor opcodes on the NES?! (via)
- Who Will Command The Robot Armies? Starts describing awful things I knew about and then charges to a new level of awful, like this. (via)
- Jason Scott on porting VLC to the browser. (via)
- The Rise and Fall of the Open Source Mobile. (via)
- Comments on the previous link led me to the fun-looking Pyra handheld.
- The end of the general purpose operating system. Or the start of a new application development category? I think this is a view that changes depending on what technology you are invested in.
- Hold down RET for 70 seconds to get a root shell.
- 30 days in a terminal: Day 0 — The adventure begins. Spoiler: it doesn’t work out. (via)
- Were your grandparents hacking in 1963? (via)
- IFComp crowns its first non-parser game.
- The current Humble Book Bundle is a lot of classic/useful Unix books. DRM-free, pay very little. Worth it for any two of the books involved. (via)
I use italics a lot this week.
- Reddit advertising of “PAM Mastery”.
- Related: Michael W. Lucas talks about open source and fiction. Best pull quote: “imagine if I wrote a piece of fiction claiming that OpenBSD was contemplating a switch to GPLv3?“
- $ git commit murder is an excellent title, by the way.
- Also also: PAM Mastery is out for purchase.
- Debian considers merging /usr. For contrast to BSD. (via)
- Pinky Bar. An ecumenical status bar, which I didn’t realize I needed until I saw it. I like that the author specifically notes BSD in describing what to use. (via)
- FreeBSD on a MacBook Pro. (via)
- EuroBSDCon 2016 slides – all of them. There’s a lot of material here.
- In-kernel audio mixing ahead. (NetBSD)
- OpenBSD Foundation Welcomes First Iridium Donor: Smartisan. That’s a lot of money.
- OpenBSD on AWS : An Unexpected Journey. (via)
The 2.25 version was and still is installed by default. If you want to try out 2.27 instead, WORLD_BINUTILSVER=binutils227 is what you need. I didn’t test that, of course. The binutils changelog will tell you what’s different in 2.27.
Even the U.S. holiday doesn’t stop the regular posting of BSDNow episodes. #169 is up now. I like the Let’s Encrypt vs. the FreeBSD cluster story, cause that’s an interesting and intricate problem.
UEFI, which I casually sum up as the replacement for BIOS, has been seeing some support in DragonFly, but not within the installer. Matthew Dillon and Sascha Wildner has ported over FreeBSD’s EFI ABI support, which I think means support for various EFI applications and features. I haven’t booted a machine using UEFI in any significant way, so I don’t have a good explanation – but I am sure this is useful for people with new hardware.
Update: some explanation plus a note that it’s experimental and you could brick your machine.
It took me three edits of this post to spell “Salvador” correctly.
- Dick Tracy Wrist-Mounted Lisp Machine. It segues into a link to Atari 2600 keyboard controllers, which look painful.
- Cataclysm DDA, a new dark future roguelike.
- After 20 years, the Toasters have returned. (via)
- A short history of shareware.
- “Guys it’s 2016, why are we still using mailing lists (listserv)?” No, forums are not a good replacement.
- A Magnetized Needle and a Steady Hand. (via)
- Manifesto for Responsible Software Development. (via)
- Related: Facebook: Still Literally The Worst. Related to that: irony.
- How We Knew It Was Time to Leave the Cloud. (via)
- 29 Bullets, about PowerPoint as a concept.
- Lost Car Key Puzzle. (via)
- The speed of light is unlikely to improve: consequences.
- i enter the web design class
A much more well-rounded crop of BSD links this week.
- FreeBSD status report for 2016Q3.
- “Import (finally!) Tor Browser 6.0.5.” An obvious matchup. (via)
- “FreeBSD Flavors. Do We Need Them?“
- Next SemiBUG meeting: December 20th.
- “How to remote connect to BSD server behind double NAT?”
- Review of NAS4Free 10.3.0.3. I forgot about this… fork? (via)
- pycapsicum – sandbox your Python code on FreeBSD. (via)
- Iocage – A FreeBSD jail manager. (via)
- “What’s your favorite BSD jail administration software?“
- Build a FreeBSD 11.0-release Openstack Image with bsd-cloudinit. (via)
- OPNsense 16.7.8 released.
- b2k16 hackathon report: Landry Breuil, Jeremy Evans, Daniel Jakots.
- l2k16 hackathon report: LibreSSL manuals now in mdoc(7).
- openbsd changes of note
- Learning more about the NetBSD scheduler (… than I wanted to know)
- MeetBSD 2016 Report: Michael Dexter.
This week’s BSDNow episode is almost all FreeBSD, all the time. No interview subject this week. I’m going by the written summary because the video is showing as private… but maybe I’m catching it just before posting?
Some of this is overflow from last week.
- “I don’t like computers.” Same reasons here, too. (via)
- Cheap IOT Threatens The Internet. ‘Cheap’ is almost the entire idea behind the Internet of Things.
- IoT Goes Nuclear: Creating a ZigBee Chain Reaction. A light worm. (via)
- 54 years old, COBOL gets Wheelchair, a web framework. (via)
- inks. From Ted Unangst, an OpenBSD developer, though not necessarily BSD-specific. (via)
- Coloring your world with LS_COLORS.
- The Possibly Russian Fingerprints on the Shadow Brokers’ Trick or Treat Package. Peter N. M. Hansteen, but not BSD-related.
- Aztec for the Apple ][ was my first desktop video game.
- Windows file system compression had to be dumbed down.
- The Lost Civilization of Dial-Up Bulletin Board Systems.
- TERM=aaa60 Mk.2.
- When Your Screen Breaks (In The Himalayas) (via)
- production ready
- LiveCode, a modern version of Hypercard. It is available as open source, though I haven’t seen if it runs on any BSD. (via)
Started out with a short list, but I managed to find some extra links by Friday.
- b2k16 hackathon report: Antoine Jacoutot.
- NetBSD 7.0/xen scheduling mystery, and how to fix it with processor sets.
- Looking at the scheduler issue again. Part 2 from previous link.
- TrueOS Launch message. Might be time to retire the PC-BSD tag.
- Lynis – Security auditing tool for Linux, macOS, and UNIX-based systems. (via)
- Exit from Hell? Reducing the Impact of Amplification DDoS Attacks. Also as a paper. I’d like to compare the number of systems found as amplifiers vs. systems in general. e.g. are BSD less likely to create reflectors? (via)
- “PAM is Un-American” talk now online. Buy the PAM Mastery book!
- Devops with Chef on FreeBSD, an online course from BSD Magazine.
- SemiBUG is meeting Tuesday. Joe Gidi will talk about ‘managing Android devices with BSD‘.
Imre Vadasz is working on full-offload scan support for wlan, imported from FreeBSD. That doesn’t change much from a user point of view, other that (I assume) reducing load and power usage a tiny amount. I’m reinforcing something most people don’t think about: there’s tiny computers inside your computer with their own firmware and processors, that you don’t directly control.
There’s got to be something surprising and/or useful for you in this week’s links; they are gloriously eclectic.
- This list is for discussions related to managing voice networks, both traditional and IP. (via)
- “These videos are not real; they are hallucinated by a generative video model.” (via)
- Ask HN: Is Bash for Windows good enough to replace a Linux/Mac terminal? It bugs me that people sometimes don’t care about what’s under their shell. Microsoft is counting on that.
- A Quick Look at the Attack on Dyn. RIPE is a good authority for something like this, I daresay. (via)
- Stuff a recurrent neural network full of old sci-fi stories, attach it to a text editor, start sentences, and let the neural network finish them for you. It is a real thing. (via)
- Early History of Unix: Unix Is Born and the Introduction of Pipes. (via)
- Lawrence Public Library Modular Synthesizer, a performance. (via).
- They Live and the secret history of the Mozilla logo.
- CFP: SIGCIS meeting @ CHM, March 18-19, 2017.
- How to find all of an ISP’s ASNs. (via)
- History of Mechanical Keyboards. (via)
Several pfSense links this week, which by complete coincidence is the same week that I’ve been adding network cards to my older pfSense devices at work to create radio links.
- 24/7 support plans for pfSense.
- Vendor in NYC with pfSense xg-2758 in stock
- Converting Pix 6.3 to pfsense – stuck on some rules
- I’ve found that Windows 10 seems to perform better in VirtualBox than FreeBSD.
- The October issue of BSD Magazine is out.
- Unable to run Windows programs after reinstalling wine.
- mksh on FreeBSD – custom PS1 help?
- zfs-snap-diff: compare / restore files from zfs snapshots. (via)
- A very valuable vulnerability. Discovered by a BSD-based company.
- One More Week Until MeetBSD California 2016!
- A char device which implements an Enigma machine (FreeBSD & Linux) (via)
- garbage episode 39, Provenance. Might not have any BSD content? I haven’t had a chance to listen to it yet.
It’s now possible to put the /boot of your DragonFly system in the ‘a’ partition of a disklabel. It’s perhaps not major, but it’s another step in EFI support. EFI installs are possible now – if you do it manually.
Reminder: Isaac (.ike) Levy’s “Infrastructure in a Post-Cloud Era” presentation is tonight, at NYCBUG’s November meeting. Go, see.
I finished this waaaay early.
- Things About Vim I Wish I Knew Earlier. (via)
- What is the oldest (retro) machine that you still use in production?
- Social Media’s Dial-Up Ancestor: The Bulletin Board System. (via)
- The Ruins of Dead Social Networks. (also via)
- GUIdebook. (via)
- Today in Applied Demonology.
- Warren Ellis sums up the Internet of Things – appropriate given what happened to Dyn.
- Interactive fiction from Adam Cadre and Emily Short. (via)
- Awesome Falsehoods. (via)
- Ten Modern Software Over-Engineering Mistakes. (also via)
- Found this license plate in Dortmund (Germany) yesterday. (via)
- The Soviet InterNyet. How Not to Network a Nation excerpts. (via)
I get all the BSDs this week.
- Infrastructure in a Post-Cloud Era. .ike presenting at NYCBUG on November 2nd. Go if you are near, vote if you can.
- FreeNAS/ESXi – Link aggregation without a switch.
- Dropping Linux and KVM in Favor of FreeBSD and Jails (2015). (via)
- chromebook printing troubles
- I used Virtualbox to install both FreeBSD and DragonflyBSD… it said login incorrect upon reboot.
- Internet Connection Problems
- Continuous OpenBSD regress tests. (via)
- *BSD on laptops
- In this how-to we’ll set up an email server from scratch using NetBSD.
- Allow reading of files but no copying on FreeNAS.
- NetBSD 7.0.2 released.
- OPNsense 16.7.7 released.
- pkgsrcCon 2016 videos.
I managed to clear some of my link backlog, finally.
- Windowing systems by example, part 9. (via)
- Design and Implementation of a 256-Core BrainFuck Computer. (via)
- Restoring YC’s Xerox Alto day 10: New boards, running programs, mouse problems. (via)
- Crypt Community. Linking it not for the game, but for the description of someone going from 0 to 60 in game design in a week.
- “The EastEnders Threshold”, and other tea-making issues. (via)
- “Is SPF Simply Too Hard For Application Developers?“
- “What on earth can a person do with four gigabytes of RAM?“
- cidrmath – script for adding and subtracting subnets. I could have really used this about 8 years ago.
The Microscopic Alchemist. I’m growing two varieties (for bread production) right now.
- Eventually every company tries open source, even Comcast. (via)
- Restoring the first recording of computer music. 1951! The anecdotes about Alan Turing and the aural feedback he pulled from his programs is completely new to me. (via)
- Beloved, a sort of solo RPG. Odd, but it works. (via)
- export TERM=aaa-60.
Oddball links for BSD this week – but pay attention to the first one.
- Get a BSD person into ARIN. Useful.
- “Any experience with OPNsense?“
- Unknown Horizons: An open-source 2D realtime strategy game. Linked cause it exists as a FreeBSD port and in theory could as a dport.
- We Surprised The Register.
- Looking for a very part-time SysAdmin.
- “Adam Jimerson: Introduction to PacBSD” happening at KnoxBUG on the 25th.
- PCEngines APU question.
- Installing Windows 10 Under the bhyve Hypervisor. (via)
- Lumina Desktop 1.1.0 released.
Remember I posted that LibreSSL is in base DragonFly, but not default? Well, it’s default now. You can have a system without OpenSSL at all, by rebuilding DragonFly-current and using up-to-date dports.
Update: see John’s comments for clarification: LibreSSL is default; the change is that OpenSSL isn’t even built any more. The result is still the same good news: you can have an OpenSSL-free DragonFly system now.
I don’t have it uploaded yet, but DragonFly 4.6.1 is tagged. Anyone with an existing 4.6.0 or earlier system can upgrade now. Use the 4.6 release instructions if you are unsure on how to upgrade. The 4.6.1 tag commit message has all the changes.
Little yesterday, lots today:
- Glean, a tiny bitmap font for programming. I don’t know about this specific font, but there’s a whole lot more fonts mentioned in the original source link.
- English man spends 11 hours trying to make cup of tea with Wi-Fi kettle. We’re building an Internet of crappy things, remember. (via, among other locations)
- Principles for Undefined Behavior in Programming Language Design.
- Undefined Behavior: Not Just for Programming Languages.
- Have You Played… Dope Wars? I played Taipan, which is almost the same thing.
- A Little Program to fix one particular type of mojibake. Mojibake is a new word to me.
- A Haunted Operating System: Archimedes.
- Carolo Cup finals – self-driving R/C vehicle racing. Yes, that’s a contradiction in terms. (via)
- Latency numbers every programmer should know. (also via)
- Solomon Golomb (1932–2016). Where shift register sequences come from. (via)
- XScreenSaver 5.36 is out with 5 new modules.
- Shipmap. It’s fantastic visualization. (via)
Your unrelated extra lazy reading: IFComp 2016 games, a selection.
A somewhat short week this week, for BSD.
- FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE is out. Related: Older version EoLs.
- EC2’s most dangerous feature.
- Ohio LinuxFest 2016 wrap-up.
- How to install LibertyBSD or OpenBSD on a libreboot system. (via)
- vmm enabled. Runs OpenBSD on OpenBSD – sorta vkernelish?
- OPNsense 16.7.6 released.
- A remote BSD development job.
- Announcing the pkgsrc-2016Q3 release.
- Vincent Delft’s site. Lots of OpenBSD notes.
This week’s Lazy Reading came together in perhaps 10 minutes.
- Mouse cursor disappears when my refrigerator turns off. (via)
- Roll20.net. Role-playing game tools. (via)
- choose boring bugs.
- tilted abstractions. I feel this way about many web frameworks.
- You can register your child’s name in any language providing you use any Unicode character.
- Unix as IDE. (via)
- Cisco config -> HTML converter.
- Mapping colors. This could be very useful. (via)
- gruvbox. (also via)
- vim.sensible. (via)
- History of Xenix – Microsoft’s Forgotten Unix-Based Operating System. (via)
- Internet Security Exposure 2016. I like the map, of course.
This was an easy week to put together; there’s a lot of links this week. Last week was slow – maybe it was because of EuroBSDCon?
- pfSense 2.3.2-p1 RELEASE Now Available!
- 386bsd/386bsd – Upgrade to 386BSD 2.0. (via)
- A new addition to FreeBSD.org.
- SNIA SDC 2016 Recap: Michael Dexter. Swordfish sounds interesting.
- Review of OpenBSD 6.0. (via)
- Steam on FreeBSD?
- Is anyone here using netflix on FreeBSD?
- New to BSD. Please help me choose a BSD.
- FreeBSD/EC2 11.0-RELEASE.
- Videos from OSHUG #46.
- “PAM Mastery” print sponsor books.
- process listing consistency.
- EuroBSDcon 2016 Recap.
- OpenZFS: Stronger Than Ever. Devsummit report.
- NYCBUG moved their cabinet without issue. It sounds like NYI is good people.
Every third link is about old technology, and I swear it’s not on purpose.
- The creators of rogue talk about permadeath. (via)
- IRCv3. (via)
- Cyberdeck64. (via)
- The oldest U.S. government computers. (via)
- The Silmarillion Seminar. (via)
- The MIT License, Line by Line. (via)
- Network mapping.
- Unix tips: Saving time by repeating history.
- How to Capture Network Traffic using Tcpdump.
- Wander (1974) — a lost mainframe game is found! (via)
- The Ice Cream eBook. A comprehensive resource, free.
- Advanced Compilers Weeks 3-5.
- Debugging PostgreSQL performance the hard way. (via)
- How Hollywood Gets Its Old-School Tech. (via)
- Wot I think: Hackmud.
- What’s up with Windows developer tools being written in perl? “Perl is a socially-acceptable form of Visual Basic.”
- Searching for “finally got my Emacs setup just how I like it” yields excellent results.
A relatively uneventful week, at least for BSD.
- Vulnerability scanner for Linux and FreeBSD. (via)
- Michael W. Lucas’s next BSD book.
- Speaking of which, please pay for what you use.
- What is happening with FreeBSD-11.
- Does FreeBSD 11 support Broadwell integrated video or not?
- Theo de Raadt on LLVM license change proposal. (via)
- LibreSSL 2.5.0 released. (via)
- OPNsense 16.7.5 released.
- What desktop environment and window manager do you use?
- Data Compression and Deduplication Demystified. TrueNAS-oriented.
- OpenBSD 6.0 CD Set – Limited Edition signed by 40 developers. (via)
- NetBSD/vax – worth continuing? (via)
I’ll just say I did this:
cpdup -VV -v /var/hammer/usr/snap-20160928-0301/local/pgsql/data /usr/local/pgsql/
And managed to bring back my last year or so of RSS feeds and the like. Phew!
If you had trouble getting your laptop’s touchpad to work under DragonFly, try again. (If you are running DragonFly-current)
Mark Sumter’s giving a talk on ZFS at tonight’s KnoxBUG meeting. Hurry! I should have posted this sooner but work tied me up today.
It’s now possible to build dports using LibreSSL instead of OpenSSL. Set SSL_DEFAULT in make.conf to the appropriate port name, and start building. Use synth for fastest results, of course.
LibreSSL will eventually become the default library. This is in addition to the previously-mentioned, already-completed in DragonFly 4.7, base system switch to LibreSSL.
I manage to avoid a topic this week, really. That’s good!
- #! /usr/bin/env considered harmful
#!magic, details about the shebang/hash-bang mechanism on various Unix flavours. (via)
- The Future of Procedural Generation. For games.
- So many cow jokes. (via)
- Munchausen Numbers and How to Find Them. (via)
- Showing The Weather In Tmux. (via)
- The Festival Floppies. Anything named “Dinosorceror” must be good. (via)
- A Very Long Post On How to Become a Creator. The last paragraph in Advice #1 is the important bit.
- Dither me this.
- Oh shit, git! (via)
It’s the convention time of year!
- garbage: #camperchat.
- OPNsense 16.7.4 released.
- Is ARM-like chips the future and which of the BSDs will have a head start?
- g2k16 Hackathon Report: Alexander Bluhm. Last g2k16 item, I think.
- Michael W. Lucas’s PAM Mastery is available in ebook and physical form.
- Related: Michael W. Lucas’s SemiBUG “PAM is Un-American” talk was live-tweeted.
- MeetBSD 2016 is at UC Berkeley November 11-12. (via)
- pkgsrc-2016Q3 is now frozen.
- Libreboot and BSDs. I couldn’t handle the misplaced apostrophe.
- Cray J98 Project – FreeBSD and the Cray Disk. (via)
- FreeBSD: Bhyve with UEFI VNC support. (via)
For those running DragonFly 4.7, there’s new firmware for all iwm(4) devices. Also, you can get temperature readings off the iwm wireless device now, if I’m reading this correctly.
Tomohiro Kusumi is thinking about porting it. Follow the whole thread for details.
3D printing on DragonFly with a Fabrikator? Yep, it works. (from jh32 on EFNet #dragonflybsd)
Partially assembled while I was in some multi-hour conference calls at work.
- This Why Computers.
- Why the Apple II ProDOS 2.4 Release is the OS News of the Year. An elegant weapon for a more civilized age. (via)
- html email comments.
- Schrödinger? I hardly know her!
- The algorithms, they are not subtle.
- Dealing with Unix arguments.
- “Im a vi guy but consider changing to vim if it cleans the house“
- Restoring YC’s Xerox Alto: how our boot disk was trashed with random data. (via)
- Recommendations for Vim. (via)
- Vim 8.0 released! (Changelog, via)
- A tale of an impossible bug: big.LITTLE and caching. Asymmetrical core capabilities, yeesh. (via)
- Weirdly broken wifi access points.
- Dungeon Generator. (via)
- How roguelike is your game? (via)
I’ve never had as many hackathon links as I did for g2k16 over this week and last.
- “LiteBSD is variant of 4.4BSD operating system for microcontrollers“. (via)
- More g2k16: Florian Obser, Vincent Gross, Antoine Jacoutot, Matthieu Herrb, Martin Pieuchot, and Patrick Wildt.
- OpenBSD on HP Stream 7.
- “PAM Mastery” print layout done.
- Coincidentally, Michael W. Lucas is giving a talk about PAM at next week’s SemiBUG meeting. The 20th, I think.
- The Raspberry PI Platform and The Challenges of Developing FreeBSD.
- One Floppy NetBSD Distribution. (via)
- Beastie tequila.
- “I made a fanzine for fun in scribus, first issue is about DragonFly ! :)“
- OpenBSD Planet.
Matthew Dillon has added powerd, a utility that will automatically step down processor speed based on reported temperature. The range is configurable, and there’s some other nice-to-have features. This will save your CPU from melting, and probably also your thighs from being burned.