“Verification As Code of Infrastructure As Code” is being presented tonight at 6:45 PM at NYCBUG by Raul Cuza. Go, if you are near.
A reminder: tell me about bugs.
- If you missed the most recent NYCBUG meeting, here’s the video: Maintaining qmail in 2019 by Amitai Schleier. (thanks, bsdtv)
- Next NYCBUG meeting, in a few days: Verification As Code of Infrastructure As Code. I’ll post a reminder.
- Removing PF. NetBSD. (via)
- OpenBSD testing wiki. (via)
- Baxx – Unix-friendly backup service. (via)
- WireGuard for NetBSD. Slides from AsiaBSDCon 2019. (via)
- The tilde.institute of OpenBSD Education. (via)
- AsiaBSDCon 2019 Proceedings. (via)
- nixers newsletter 118.
- FreeBSD Quarterly Status Report – Fourth Quarter 2018.
- SoloBSD 19.03-STABLE.
- Valuable News – 2019/03/25.
- using syncthing between my OSX laptop and my FreeBSD server.
- sysctlview, a sysctl explorer. (via)
- OS108 released. (via)
- a2k19 hackathon report from Ken Westerback.
- “FreeBSD Mastery: Jails” ebook escaping!
- Thinkpad X1 Carbon 6, using OpenBSD.
Tonight, for anyone near Knoxville, TN: KnoxBUG’s monthly meeting is tonight. Nick Principe is presenting “So you want to setup a performance test environment“.
Heading towards spring, and I have weekend work, so pasting in everything I’ve got handy:
- Setting up RRDtool for OpenBSD.Amsterdam. (via)
- EuroBSDcon CFP is open. (via)
- SPARCbook 3000ST – The coolest 90s laptop. (via)
- FreeBSD Desktop – Part 18 – Global Dashboard.
- Fix Broken Dependency on FreeBSD. This seems dangerous.
- Using an OpenBSD Router with AT&T U-Verse.
- openrsync, the site. Apparently becoming another integrated Open* tool. (via)
- [tmux] style syntax changes. Not necessarily BSD-specific.
- pfSense 2.5.0 Development Snapshots Now Available.
- Valuable News – 2019/03/18.
- Installing Snort on OpenBSD 6.4.
- rdist(1) – when Ansible is too much. (via)
- Sync Dropbox with TrueNAS and FreeNAS – Issue #65.
- FreeBSD Journal Jan/Feb 2019 Edition. (via)
- BSD Router Project 1.92. (via)
- A few questions from someone who used Linux.
- Getting ‘FreeBSD-10.2 is vulnerable’ messages on a 12.0 host.
- ZFS Encryption is still under development (as of March 2019).
There’s a number of long-running BSD series out there nowadays, some of which I’m linking to here. That’s a nice change.
- FreeBSD Desktop – Part 15 – Configuration – Fonts & Frameworks. (via)
- Nixers Newsletter 117.
- “Just picked this up today!” (a SPARC laptop)
- package of the moment: tview and tcell. For terminal interface building.
- Add a TLS layer to your Gopher server.
- Tribblix, a Illumos… derivative? I didn’t know about it until now. It’s retro.
- TextSuggest, an accessibility tool, ported to OpenBSD.
- Peculiarities about Unix’s
- OpenSSH, PAM and user names.
- OPNsense 19.1.4 released.
- End-of-February Update. BSD book progress.
- Well, it’s been a while – falling in love with OpenBSD again.
- mandoc-1.14.5 released.
- Ghost in the Shell – Part 4.
- Valuable News – 2019/03/11.
- Slay the Spire with libGDX fork & GOG Midweek Sale.
A reminder: If you are near Japan, AsiaBSDCon 2019 is on March 21-24, in Tokyo. Go if you are near.
If these aren’t enough links, some of them are links to more links.
- Using MRTG on OpenBSD.Amsterdam. (via)
- FreeBSD Desktop – Part 14 – Configuration – Tint2.
- LLDB from trunk is running on NetBSD once again!
- Metasploit on OpenBSD. (via)
- Looking at NetBSD from an OpenBSD user perspective. (via)
- 2019 AsiaBSDCon registration is open (plus some NetBSD event info).
- GhostBSD: A Solid Linux-Like Open Source Alternative. A Linux site reviewing.
- Site membership and mailing list subscriptions, managed through shell scripts on OpenBSD.
- Sega Dreamcast running NetBSD, is it useful? (via)
- Nixers Newsletter 116. I keep meaning to link to these, regularly.
- Increasing coverage of signal semantics in regression tests.
- Valuable News – 2019/03/04.
- OPNSense 19.1.3 released.
- a2k19 Hackathon Report: Antoine Jacoutot on ports, syspatch(8), and more.
- Using a Yubikey as smartcard for SSH public key authentication.
- The Joy in Csh & Vi. Indirectly BSD.
NYCBUG’s having a meeting tomorrow night, with Amitai Schleier presenting on qmail. Go, if you are near, or at least read Amitai’s speaker bio.
I didn’t even realize Summer of Code was upon us again.
- Hello world, no root. (NetBSD on Nintendo64). (via)
- Google Summer of Code 2019 participants: FreeBSD, NetBSD.
- Why OpenBSD rocks. (via)
- SecBSD: Unix-like operating system focused on computer security. (via)
- FreeBSD Desktop – Part 13 – Configuration – Dzen2. I’ve been lax in linking to the previous 12.
- back of the napkin freebsd hardware?
- OPNsense 19.1.2 released.
- [packages] PostgreSQL major update. (OpenBSD)
- The New iXsystems.com Experience.
- ARM’d and dangerous: FreeBSD on Cavium ThunderX (aarch64).
- Improvements to X86FixupGadgets pass of clang(1). (OpenBSD)
- New VPN FAQ.
- [OpenBSD] 6.5-beta has been tagged.
- BSD Link Roundup 2/21.
- Valuable News – 2019/02/25.
- FuguIta – based on OpenBSD. (via)
Built entirely from open tabs.
- Porting Zig to NetBSD – a fun, speedy port. (via)
- pkgsrcCon 2019 – 13th – 14th of July 2019, Cambridge, UK. (via)
- HAXM in pkgsrc (hardware-assisted virtualization engine). (via)
- QEMU HAXM on NetBSD. (via)
- The Design and Implementation of the NetBSD rc.d system. Which is the same basic system across all BSDs I think. (via)
- Adding Name-based hosting To Nginx on OpenBSD with Acme-Client. (via)
- openrsync imported into the tree. In OpenBSD.
- Hardware for a Linux/BSD Friendly Workstation.
- Valuable News – 2019/02/15.
- SoloBSD 19.02-STABLE.
- Update pfSense packages to protect against NGINX, libzmq4, and curl vulnerabilities.
- OpenBSD and iscsi, part 1 and part 2.
- How to run Axiom Verge on OpenBSD (Epic Store version).
- mupen64plus 2.5.9 (2.6 beta) call for testing. A N64 emulator on OpenBSD. (via)
- Sync Files to Dropbox with TrueNAS or FreeNAS.
- Faster vlan(4) forwarding? – blog post by mpi@.
- FreeBSD ZFS AMIs Now Available.
- “FreeBSD Mastery: Jails” first draft complete and “Sudo Mastery, Second Edition” and Cover Art.
SemiBUG’s normal meeting place is not available this month, so there’s an informal get-together at Leo’s next door, like last month. It’s happening tonight at 7 PM.
Update: I put the wrong publish date on this – “tonight” is the 19th for this, not the 17th.