BSD Now 340 is up, with dives into different BSD platform tools; very enjoyable if you like digging into how things work, which of course you do if you are reading this.
I am running a bit late posting about it, but BSD Now 339 is out, with conversations about recent different releases, plus as the title says, fundraising.
This week’s BSD Now covers user groups and convention talks and releases and really the full gamut.
This week’s BSD Now has links to a number of about-BSD articles, as usual. Take note – there’s links to two European BUG meetings I didn’t have noted, under Beastie Bits.
The most recent BSD Now episode is unfortunately not all about legacy hardware as I would enjoy, despite the title, but the usual mix of news items – mostly about new platforms to find BSD.
Today’s BSD Now rhymes, but you probably have to say it out loud to tell. They cover the new-at-least-to-me HyperbolaBSD, among other topics.
This week’s BSD Now leads with two articles about how UNIX-ish machines and philosophy can make things better.
BSD Now 328 is out, and it’s covering various news items; the common thread seems to be “please test this new tech”, which is always exciting.
This week’s BSD Now talks about, among other things, renaming of ZFS On Linux to OpenZFS, and a bonkers story about Sun.
This Turkey Day (for U.S. readers) episode of BSD Now talks about the perennial idea of BSD admin certification, along with the usual roundup of recent news.
BSD New 325 has a bunch of release news this week, including FreeBSD 12.1, and as you can guess from the title, rainbow tables.
This week’s BSD Now has a good mix of historical articles and how-tos, but of course I would think that’s a good mix.
This week’s BSD Now covers some releases, some history, and the very useful tool sshuttle, a VPN alternative.
This week’s BSD Now is double-coloned. Colonned? I don’t know the plural possessive of colon, but there’s a nice selection of links to follow there.