I’m posting this late cause I was traveling when it went up: BSD Now 310 is a nice cross-BSD roundup this week. I might miss the next BSD Now too, so don’t wait for me to link to it.
This week’s BSD Now talks about some recent security discussions with telnet and (unrelateD) OpenSSH history, and points to a recent discussion on DragonFly I haven’t even gotten to link yet, cause it’s ongoing.
(telnet is awful but it makes me feel nostalgic, cause of all the times I typed ‘GET HTTP/1.0 /’ into it.)
This week’s BSD Now talks about using a Mumble server on OpenBSD, along with a nice range of other topics.
BSD Now 306 is up, with the normal mix of stories about multiple BSDs… Except two separate ones are about DragonFly, so this week is extra good.
I’m late posting this because I was on an island in Lake Huron instead of near a computer, but here it is now: BSD Now 304 is titled “Changing face of Unix” – that link is the show notes and will tell you more.
This week’s BSD Now talks about the normal assortment of news, including DragonFly’s release, and an explanation of the Vulkan framework in OpenBSD; something I hadn’t read about yet.
This week’s BSD Now talks a whole lot about ZFS, which is no surprise given the OpenZFS events going on. There’s other news, of course.
BSD Now 302 leads with a report on my favorite BSD and the recent VM improvements via an article I didn’t link to, plus other systems.
I am a bit late posting the newest BSD Now episode, which leads with interesting news: accelerated video through bhyve.
The newest BSD Now (300? wow!) has, among other things, a summary of their recent trip to BSDCan 2019.
BSD Now’s pre-milestone episode has a nice range of topics, along with a note that they are going to an audio-only format – except for the livestream.
I am confused because it seems like we had two BSD Now episodes in a week, but I am not complaining. Episode 298 is up (show notes) and has a goat.
It’s on the RSS feed but not in the normal place, and it’s early, so I bet this week’s BSD Now is put together early because of travel. I’m linking to it early for similar reasons.
This week’s BSD Now covers (ecumenically) OpenBSD’s release, NetBSD 9, the FreeBSD jails book, and so on. Check the show notes for details.
This week’s BSD Now has traditional conversations: OpenBSD as a network device, NetBSD on different hardware, and something about ZFS encryption coming to FreeBSD after Linux. The show notes have details.
BSD Now 294 is up, with (among other things) a link to the well-named Endlessh.
BSD Now 293 has an interview with Michael W. Lucas on his newest book in the BSD Mastery series: BSD Mastery: Jails. It’s available to purchase now.
BSD Now 292 has a nice recap from attending AsiaBSDCon 2019, along with the normal news roundup. I advise everyone to go to a BSD convention if possible; they are always fun.
BSD Now 291 is up. The show notes lead with an involved BSD-in-production story that I just realized affected me; some simple hosting I take care of for a non-profit was involved in the move they describe.
This week’s BSD Now hops through Free, Net, Open, and Sec for BSDs this week, as the show notes will tell you.