Advanced ZFS Snapshots
has a literal headline, plus other straightforward articles. No puns, darnit.
This week’s BSD Now talks about OpenBSD and OpenZFS – but not at the same time; don’t misread this.
Live in-person meetings are happening, slowly, finally.
- Register Today for the November 2021 FreeBSD Vendor Summit.
- How BSD Authentication Works. (via)
- Valuable News – 2021/10/19.
- Other FreeBSD Version in ZFS Boot Environment.
- Explaining top(1) on FreeBSD.
- Manipulating a Pool from the Rescue System.
- Building Your FreeBSD Developer Workstation Setup. Software and hardware.
- FreeBSD switches the default root shell from csh to sh. Muscle-memory issues may get you. (via)
- Open Source Summit 2021 Conference Recap. Live people?!
- FreeBSD Foundation October 2021 Fundraising Update.
- The State of Gaming on OpenBSD in 2022. Stick with it.
- One step closer to my new FreeBSD tower.
- GhostBSD 21.10.16 ISO is now available.
- Experimenting with a new OpenBSD development lab.
- Story of making the OpenBSD Webzine. (There’s 2 issues so far)
This has been a good week for BSD releases, hasn’t it? This week’s BSDNow gets into RISC-V, too.
This week’s BSD Now is 50% OpenBSD, 50% FreeBSD, plus a whole lot of Beastie Bits.
I managed to miss it last week, but last week’s BSD Now talks about NetFlix’s usage of FreeBSD to serve a ridiculous amount of data, among other things.
This week’s BSD Now thankfully skips the pun that might go with the episode number, and talks about various OpenBSD and NetBSD articles.
This week’s BSD Now is the usual roundup of news, with the headline taken from an article about FreeBSD’s new/experimental web-based installer. (What, no mention of the installer for DragonFly? It’s been web-compatible for years…) Digs aside, the BSD install experience could be different.
It’s a very quiet week here but there’s still a BSD Now episode. It’s covering a bunch of topics, but the title makes me think: all the BSDs have VM hosting solutions now.
It’s been a very quiet week, so here’s a link to BSD Now’s netcat printing episode. There’s some variety in the Beastie Bits, too.
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.