I am posting it a bit late, but this week’s BSD Now has a bunch of how-tos and history; a good mix.
My BSD RSS feeds are strangely quiet this week.
The newest BSD Now is up with the usual suspects for topics: a FreeBSD release, a ZFS item, and something OpenBSD.
Virtual BUG meetings could be fun (see links); I’d like to attend even if it’s not local. If I can put aside time…
I’m a bit late noting it, but BSD Now 375 is almost all virtualization topics.
Spooky Halloween BSD News! Well, not really.
This week’s BSD Now is all about releases – OpenBSD, NetBSD, BastilleBSD…
It’s apparently release week?
This is the most straightforwardly-named BSD Now in a while: it’s an interview of Kyle Evans talking about his projects in FreeBSD.
This list of links runs in the same order of the BSD RSS feeds in my reader. What a coincidence!
This week’s BSD Now has the usual roundup, with I think the highlight being a discussion of how SSDs can sometimes still not be fast enough for a ZFS scrub, depending on how it’s scheduled.
The ChiBUG monthly meeting has gone virtual, so go now if you are interested. The thread about it also includes some notes on how to connect under BSD that may be useful beyond this immediate event.
I always thought of cross-pollination – sharing of code between BSDs – as a good thing. This seems like the most basic way to do that: same base sh.
I should have set this to post at 10:10AM GMT.
This week’s BSD Now talks about ZFS, TrueNAS, IPC, wildcards, and the UNIX family tree, for a mix of the old and new.
No theme, but lots to read.
This week’s BSD Now has FuryBSD, FreeBSD, and LDAP as topics, and I’m describing it that way because I feel like writing as many capital letters as possible.
Straight dump of my BSD RSS feed.
This week’s BSD Now covers a bunch of releases, a good rc.d argument, and a “How I Did This” story. HIDT? That’s a good acronym.