This week’s BSD Now is all FreeBSD and NetBSD news items – go read/listen; I have no special items to pick out but it’s all enjoyable.
There’s a couple more small test/debug tools in DragonFly; possibly only useful if you like to poke at internals, but who doesn’t, really?
Apple ][ theme this week, barely.
- Shell productivity tips and tricks. (via)
- Drawn.ca, back again.
- The Shingled magnetic recording NAS debacle. SMR sounds bad.
- Read man pages with vim.
- ARM-ed Mac: We Have An Answer.
- What’s your favorite terminal command ?
- More about Sir Thomas Urquhart.
- SSH hacks | a little sanity for remote workers. (via)
- Apple //c Scene From ’80s Bond Film “A View to a Kill” Perfectly Re-Created With Applesoft BASIC.
- War Stories: How Prince of Persia slew the Apple II’s memory limitations. There’s more in that series. (via)
- And here’s Prince of Persia for you to play. (via)
- Ten Years of Open Source Hardware. (via)
- When Parallel: Pull, Don’t Push.
- Pandoc links.
- Understanding the Internet vs. Telephony. Intertwined but very different.
- A circuit board from the Saturn V rocket, reverse-engineered and explained.
Even though this is BSD-themed, there’s some offbeat items in here.
- cx: A directory history utility written in C. Started on BSD. (via)
- FreeBSD Foundation – 500% if_bridge Performance Improvement. (via)
- Catch up 2020-04-30.
- Playing Counter-Strike (CSMoE) on OpenBSD ft. Zombie mod.
- OpenBSD as a primary target for a game development club? Dev + Gaming + OS Study.
- Playing Doom 3 co-op (librecoop mod) on OpenBSD.
- using zfs rollback for cache clearing.
- Understanding VLAN Configuration on FreeBSD.
- Building a WireGuard Jail with the FreeBSD’s Standard Tools.
- oxbar: configurable X11 status bar for OpenBSD. (via)
- Improving libossaudio, and the future of OSS in NetBSD.
- Valuable News – 2020/04/27.
- The Unix divide over who gets to chown things, and (disk space) quotas.
Here’s a work in progress: Multiboot installs on DragonFly. Follow the thread for updates.