This week’s BSD Now talks about a number of different releases, and also Emulex.
This week’s BSD Now is making reference to the episode count, I think. Of note this week: lots of how-to-do-this sorts of links.
This week’s BSD Now covers the usual roundup of news. Of note: experimental FreeBSD binary updates, and as you can guess from the title, another method of segregating your web browser from the rest of your environment.
This week’s BSD Now, by accident or design, covers booting different BSDs on different hardware – take a look.
The most recent BSD Now covers a number of different topics, some of which you may have already seen linked. There’s some reader questions too, which I’m sure you have not seen.
This week’s BSD Now has the most exciting title I’ve heard in some time, related to the type of disk being used in one of the stories. This week is mostly installation tales, really.
This week’s BSD Now links to a bunch of what I call ‘resource’ articles, things that tell you how to do things and use stuff. It’s good reading if you have the time.
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.
This week’s BSD Now has the normal links, but also shows off a “Open Source Retail Box Collection”, which is always fun to see – open source that reaches the shelf. Also: install stories!
BSD Now 347 is up with the usual mix of articles, with the highlight for me being “Making Unix a little more Plan9-like”. However, there’s also the news that BSD Now is breaking out on their own, away from Jupiter Broadcasting, which is exciting news! Make sure you are looking at the correct RSS feed to catch their move.
BSD 346 is out and has some interesting Unix history bits in amongst the other news.
BSD Now 345 has the usual batch of recent stories to cover, plus a treat – a number of community feedback items on switching to BSD.
Everything else is topsy-turvy, but BSD Now is a constant: it’s out like usual this week. There’s a feature about text processing, a subject I inexplicably enjoy, and a lot of things that start with Z.
BSD Now 343 is quite topical this week: viruses and VPNs. Release information, etc., too.
For once, I couldn’t figure out what the name of this week’s BSD Now episode referenced. It’s Data Virtual Address, in ZFS, which gets covered in the show. There’s a specific bit about Go and OpenBSD that I haven’t seen mentioned elsewhere, too. (see show notes)