In Other BSDs for 2018/12/15

I think/hope I cleared my backlog of BSD links.

4 Replies to “In Other BSDs for 2018/12/15”

  1. Anonymous says:

    With the release of FreeBSD 12, I’ve love to read (and would even pay to read) someone write an in-depth review of how FreeBSD compares to dragonfly as in its current form today. But comparing the two given their shares roots.

    Talk about the architecture choices (differences) over the years. Etc.

  2. corey says:

    The link for the OpenBSD unbound item about enabling DNSSEC validation doesn’t say anything about that that I can see. I poked through the changes on the site and didn’t see it, either. (I’m interested because the last time I tried enabling DNSSEC on my own it caused much hard-to-debug breakage.)

    I’ll go check openbsd-cvs on MARC next.

  3. corey says:

    Ah, OK. Sounds like from the link they had problems, too, though not the same kind I had. Theirs was more of what could arguably be a(nother) DNSSEC design flaw: DNSSEC needs an accurate clock, but setting the clock (via NTP) requires a DNS query.

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