Keeping your published fiction and technical book list in SNMP is definitely a new use of a MIB to me.
If you’re near Chicago, go to the ChiBUG meeting tonight at 6.
It’s Long Article Title week!
- If only the kids knew about pipes
- OpenBSD Minimalist Desktop (via)
- FreeBSD Kernel Developer job at Klara
- The feasibility of pledge() on Linux (via)
- FreeBSD Quarterly Status Report – Third Quarter 2022
- How-to Guide: Binary Package Management on FreeBSD
- Avoid Infrastructure Vendor Lock-in by leveraging MinIO and OpenZFS
- Announcing the FreeBSD/Firecracker platform
- Installing and Using Research Unix Version 6 in the Open SIMH PDP-11 Emulator
- Keeping FreeBSD Secure: Learn the Whys and Hows with the FreeBSD Sec Team
- Valuable News – 2022/10/18
- NetBSD Arm on Oracle Cloud
- OpenBSD 7.2 Released
- BSD-XFCE (via)
- Newer NetBSD can still run on a 75 mHz Pentium
Accidentally OpenBSD-heavy this week.
- OpenBSD build KDE software using kdesrc-build tutorial for beginners.
- How old various Unix signals are.
- SEMIBUG: NetBSD and Security, Oct 18th. Online.
- We are stuck with
fgrep(unless you like beating people)
- A kiosk computer running OpenBSD
- Valuable News – 2022/10/10
- Running a Docker Host under OpenBSD using vmd(8)
- Ads blocking with OpenBSD unbound(8)
- Further memory protections committed to -current
- A Few of My Favorite Things About The OpenBSD Packet Filter Tools
- Automatic mounting of volumes on FreeBSD
No theme this week for the BSD section.
- Fiber + Static IP = Self-Hosting Glory! Sounds suspiciously like my ISP.
- OpenBSD: Manage DNS, DNSSEC (to automate TLSA records). (via)
- Red Hat OpenShift versus FreeBSD Jails. (via)
- Netlink Added to FreeBSD – Unmodified Linux ip(8) Correctly Works. (via)
- Fun with FreeBSD: Your First Linux Guest. (via)
- OpenBSD.app – quick full-text searching of OpenBSD packages for -stable and -current. (via)
- bsddialog 0.4 and LGPL-Free bsdinstall.
- Meet the 2022 FreeBSD Google Summer of Code Students: Koichi Imai, Christos Margiolis, and Jake Freeland.
- SCALE19X Conference Report.
- HardenedBSD September 2022 Status Report.
- Building Your Own FreeBSD-based NAS with ZFS Part 3.
- Valuable News – 2022/10/03.
The first link and the title for this week’s BSD Now doesn’t have anything to do with BSD as far as I know, but I think it’s funny.
The social meeting for NYCBUG is tonight, at Torch & Crown Brewing. Go, if you are near.
- Next NYCBUG social gathering is this Wednesday.
- Ultima Online’s 25th anniversary. Linked here cause it works on OpenBSD without Wine, according to the comment. (via)
- Announcing the pkgsrc 2022Q3 branch.
- How Rob Pike got hired by Dennis Richie.
- A DMD 5620 Terminal Emulator. This is a terminal I’ve never seen before.
- EuroBSDCon 2022, my first BSD conference (and how they are different).
- EuroBSDCon 2022.
- EuroBSDCon 2022.
- The Geeks way of checking what the outside wheather[sic] is like.
- Cartron asks what FreeBSD machines I use.
- Red Hat’s OpenShift vs FreeBSD Jails.
- Toolchains Adventures Q3 2022.
- Valuable News – 2022/09/26.
- How to trigger services restart after OpenBSD update.
BSD Now this week is titled ‘EuroBSDCon’, but as far as I know they weren’t there – haven’t listened to the episode yet. Any readers here go?
Check the first link; it’s time-dependent.
- Happening tomorrow: Peter Hansteen presents to SEMIBUG about pf. It’s online and he’s certainly an authoritative speaker.
- Desktop-installer: Use your Cleverness for Creativity. Note there’s multiple tabs within this writeup. (via)
- A Quick Look at the History of Package Management on FreeBSD.
- Open Source in Enterprise Environments – Where Are We Now and What Is Our Way Forward?
- FreeBSD Cope with WiFi Fuckup.
- AsiaBSDCon 2023 is happening. (via)
- Analyzing BSD Kernels for Uninitialized Memory Disclosures using Binary Ninja. (via)
- Your Comprehensive Guide to rc(8): FreeBSD Services and Automation.
- How to Setup Apache/FCGID on NetBSD 9.3.
- Valuable News – 2022/09/19.
- “OpenBSD Mastery: Filesystems” draft done!
This week’s BSD Now is the normal roundup of stories. I won’t point you at anything specific; it’s all good.
I got subscribed to the UNIX Heritage Society mailing list and it’s already turned up some good stories.
ps(1)gains support for tree-like display of processes. OpenBSD, though it would be useful everywhere, hint, hint.
rcctl(8)gains a “
- Portable OpenSSH commits now SSH-signed.
- Sharing Dual-Licensed Drivers between Linux and FreeBSD.
- “interesting old-timey UNIXes” – I do not know where these intersect with the more well known branches of the family tree.
- Time overflows have always been with us.
- A fresh look at FreeBSD. (via)
- The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: The Unix Legacy. By Rob Pike. Note the timestamp, for 2 reasons.
- Valuable News – 2022/09/12.
- Installing BSD on an older Dell Laptop: having some issues.
- -current has moved to 7.2. OpenBSD.
- rpki-client 8.0 released.
- ChiBUG is meeting this Tuesday, the 20th.
This week’s BSD Now has two things I want to highlight – articles on Linux ABI and on dma. You’ll just have to click through.
Yay, another week that overflowed with links!
- Creating a wireguard connection between my home and colo.
- How I configure dma for mail delivery in jails on my internet hosts.
- “OpenBSD Mastery: Filesystems” Status Report.
- New FreeBSD Quick Guide: Video Playback on FreeBSD.
- Support for ‘kill -SIGNAME …’ was added in 4BSD.
- 3D printed FreeBSD desk toys.
- Deploying FreeBSD on Oracle Cloud.
- “Return of the Emperor” – text-based game.
- Best laptop for OpenBSD? From the comments: jcs.org’s list.
- Valuable News – 2022/09/05.
- g2k22 Hackathon Report: Martijn van Duren on
- OpenBSD may soon gain further memory protections: immutable userland mappings.
This is an overflow week.
- FreeBSD on the Framework Laptop. (via)
- BSDCan 2022 playlist. (via)
- FreeBSD Journal 2022/07-08 – Science/Systems/FreeBSD. (via)
- HardenedBSD August 2022 Status Report.
- FreeBSD Foundation August fundraising report.
- Running Unix commands in real life.
- Valuable News – 2022/08/29.
- Getting Home Assistant running in a FreeBSD 13.1 jail.
- OPNsense 22.7.2 released.
- OPNsense Business Edition 22.4.3 released.
- Writing FreeBSD Kernel Modules in Rust. (via)
- Several /sbin daemons are now dynamically-linked.
- BSDCan 2022 videos are available.