I am posting it a bit late, but this week’s BSD Now has a bunch of how-tos and history; a good mix.
The newest BSD Now is up with the usual suspects for topics: a FreeBSD release, a ZFS item, and something OpenBSD.
I’m a bit late noting it, but BSD Now 375 is almost all virtualization topics.
This week’s BSD Now is all about releases – OpenBSD, NetBSD, BastilleBSD…
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 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.
This week’s BSD Now talks about ZFS, TrueNAS, IPC, wildcards, and the UNIX family tree, for a mix of the old and new.
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.
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.
The theme of this week’s BSD Now seems to be about new roles for BSD, cause there’s talk about clustering and console changes.
This week’s BSD Now is a mix of historical content, and ZFS news items. Surely one or both of those interest you?
No pun in this week’s BSD Now title, but that’s usual now. ZFS news is the bulk of this week’s episode.
This week’s BSD Now is a nice round number, 365, and covers all sorts of subjects. I like the command line tools vs Hadoop link.
This week’s BSD Now talks about a bunch of different hardware platforms.
This week’s BSD Now links to recent items on the UNIX way of tools, which is certainly a source of endless thinkpieces but also good history to know.
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.