This week’s BSD Now has a good mix of historical articles and how-tos, but of course I would think that’s a good mix.
NYCBUG is having an installfest tonight, at the usual meeting place. Go, if you are near.
I still haven’t caught up, natch, but not going to miss this week!
This week’s BSD Now covers some releases, some history, and the very useful tool sshuttle, a VPN alternative.
BSD Now 321 returns to the interview format, talking with Trenton Schulz about things I know about (FreeBSD) and things I did not (Robot OS).
I’m leading with the most complex but perhaps also most unfulfilling link.
This week’s BSD Now is double-coloned. Colonned? I don’t know the plural possessive of colon, but there’s a nice selection of links to follow there.
SeMiBUG meets tonight, 7 PM, Altair Engineering. Go, if you are near.
(not sure about capitalization on semibug…)
Thanks to Erik Blomberg and the Vintage Computer Festival Midwest, I now know the Digest has reached a whole new operating system: CP/M. This entertains me.
(It’s the Digest being browsed in text mode on a TeleVideo TS-803, if you can’t see the screen well enough.)
I’m sure there’s some recent stuff I missed; I will catch it in next week’s roundup.
Posting this now cause tomorrow’s too late: the 2019 Bay Area FreeBSD Vendor and Developer Summit is happening today and tomorrow. Go, if you are near.
This week’s BSD Now is up, with a nice general range of topics, including the perennial Lack Rack idea.
The BSD.nrw Dusseldorf-Wersten BSD user’s group is meeting tomorrow at 19:00 at The Schalander. It probably helps if you speak German; I had to rely on Google Translate for this one. Go, if you are near.
ChiBUG meets tomorrow, the 8th. Go, if you are near Chicago.
There’s been a lot of BUG meetings lately; I think it’s time to form some more.
This week’s BSDNow, number 318, “The TrueNAS Library“, covers some links I’ve picked up before but also has BSD and presidential library news, an uncommon combo.
You should set hostname in /etc/rc.conf. I am mentioning this now because not doing it kept me from running X apps from a DragonFly system on a Windows 10 system with vcxsrv, and I wasted half an hour of my life figuring that out. Apparently this is a lesson I need to keep relearning.
Plan 9: Not dead, Just Resting, presented by Ori Bernstein, is happening tonight at the ever-mighty NYCBUG. Go, if you are near.
KnoxBUG meets tonight, with home labs being the topic. Go, if you are near.