The lead article in this week’s BSD Now talks about how to not change your OS – though it’s both Linux flavors, so it’s not necessarily BSD-related except for schadenfreude. There’s a bunch of other articles linked, so don’t be distracted by my splitting of hairs.
This week’s BSD Now talks about online conferences – something I hope we can resume soon. There’s other links of course but that’s the one I want.
This week’s BSD Now talks about some pro-BSD ideas, which may or may not include the idea of Linux with a BSD userland. I find it slightly upsetting.
This week’s BSD Now covers different topics – you may think from the headline it’s a “tips and tricks” link, but no, it’s about confidential info.
No pun this time; the episode covers the title exactly – plus more recent headlines.
This week’s BSD Now gets into jails heavily (do not pass Go) this week, plus a few other topics.
Sounds like a space drama: this week’s BSD Now covers some different flavors of virtualization plus notes a Michael W. Lucas interview.
This week’s BSD Now talks about starts (NetBSD, DragonFly releases) and ends (preventing memory-based process kills, deleting boot environments).
This week’s BSD Now is an excellent HTTP joke but is also effectively a guest episode, with some new talkers.
This week’s BSD Now, a light run, talks about licensing and industrial automation, but not at the same time.
This week’s BSD Now leads with that article about how the GPL isn’t fit for purpose; read it if you have not yet.
This week’s BSD Now has a great title, and you can guess what the first linked article will be. The other items in this week are analytic and also entertaining in their own way.
BSD Now has made it to the 400-episode milestone, and this one is a normal mix – the FreeBSD 13 release, multifactor on OpenBSD, etc.
This week’s BSD Now is more technical than usual, talking about a bunch of setup options. The title lead is an article about sandbox environments in different BSDs, though unfortunately vkernels are not covered.
Along with the normal news summaries, the latest BSD Now offers a bounty to the first person implementing Coordinated Mars Time; a worthy idea.
This week’s BSD Now is the usual roundup of news; FreeBSD-heavy, including some of the future planning for the project.
BSD Now has the usual roundup of news this week, and leads with an article about FreeBSD and ARM – useful for the BSD content, but also interesting cause it has a nice summary of how ARM designs came to be so important.