In Other BSDs for 2016/10/15

A somewhat short week this week, for BSD.

4 Replies to “In Other BSDs for 2016/10/15”

  1. > vmm enabled. Runs OpenBSD on OpenBSD – sorta vkernelish?

    Not really, it’s a full hypervisor, using Intel VT-x. It just loads kernels directly for now until firmware is ready.

  2. At some point it might be interesting to see the FreeBSD hypervisor ported to Dragonfly. Once it is mature that is. Clustered distributed storage (Hammer2) and Bhyve, that is an amazing combination for the datacenter.

  3. About “A remote BSD development job”:

    Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. (???)

    Sounds like they just want to save the cost of electricity and providing and office space.

  4. anon – I meant vkernelish in that it runs a separate version of the same operating system, instead of having a different OS. I know it’s a completely different approach, technologically.

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