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Category Archives: BSD World
The Winter/Spring 2012 Edition of the BSDA Study DVD is now available from the BSD Certification website, as announced here. The DVD contains: FreeBSD 8.2 and its ports collection NetBSD 5.1 and the latest version of pkgsrc OpenBSD 5.0 and … Continue reading
January’s issue of the BSD Magazine is now available: FreeBSD: Get Up-To-Date (free PDF download). You’ll find the following subjects: What’s New in FreeBSD 9.0 by Dru Lavigne Puppet on FreeBSD FreeBSD IPS With Snort Inline malloc(9): The Kernel’s General Purpose Memory … Continue reading
December’s issue of the BSD Magazine is available: Rolling Your Own Kernel. Free Issue to Download! BSD 12/2011 Google Code-In and FreeBSD’s Participation Installing PC-BSD on a Mac Keeping Your Configuration Files Shiny as New Using sysmerge(8) Rolling Your Own FreeBSD … Continue reading
These are some links to past and upcoming FreeBSD related events: Central European BSD day 2011 (Slovakia) Central Europen BSDDay 2011 is taking place in Bratislava, Slovakia, on 5 November. The purpose of this one-day event is to gather Central … Continue reading
A new issue (October 2011) of the free BSD Magazine is now available: The Inevitability of IPv6 (pdf). From the table of contents: Configuring a FreeBSD Stealth Logging Server The collection of log files provides security administrators with the ability to have an audit trail … Continue reading
A new, free to download, issue of the BSD Magazine (September 201) is now available: Protecting dynamic websites in FreeBSD (pdf). From the table of contents: DNSSEC resolution and IPv6 Unbound on FreeBSD 8.2 Keeping up to date in PC-BSD 9 Using … Continue reading