BSDNow TV Episode 009: CURRENT Events (video)

The BSDNow team, consisting of Kris Moore and Allan Jude (and TJ in the background), have uploaded another weekly video onto bsdnow.tv.

The show is dedicated to spreading the word about the BSD family of operating systems, and keeping those who are already aware up to date with the latest news and developments.

Episode 009: -CURRENT Events -  table of contents

  • Managed services using FreeBSD
  • OpenBSD boot support for keydisk-based crypto volumes
  • More Dragonfly SMP speedups
  • Getting to know portmgr
  • BSD Now at the top of iTunes
  • Interview – Henning Brauer – henning@openbsd.org / @henningbrauer
  • Tracking -STABLE and -CURRENT
  • OpenBSD gets XBox360 controller support
  • PCBSD 10-STABLE ISOs available
  • Switching from Linux to BSD
  • Unattended OpenBSD installations
  • Feedback/Questions

bsdnow.tv Episode 007: Go Directly to Jail(8)

bsd_now_logoThe BSDNow team, consisting of Kris Moore, Allan Jude and TJ, have uploaded another weekly video onto bsdnow.tv

The show is dedicated to spreading the word about the BSD family of operating systems, and keeping those who are already aware up to date with the latest news and developments.

Episode 5: Stacks of Cache contains the following discussions:

  • FreeBSD turns it up to 11
  • Stopping the SSH bruteforce with BSD and pf
  • ZFS and GELI in bsdinstall coming soon
  • AsiaBSDCon 2014 announced
  • Interview – Poul-Henning Kamp
  • Everything you need to know about Jails
  • New pf queue system
  • Dragonfly imports FreeBSD KMS driver
  • Get paid to hack OpenSSH

bsdnow.tv Episode 5: Stacks of Cache

bsd_now_logoKris Moore and Allan Jude have uploaded another weekly video onto bsdnow.tv.

The show is dedicated to spreading the word about the BSD family of operating systems, and keeping those who are already aware up to date with the latest news and developments.

Episode 5: Stacks of Cache contains the following discussions:

  • FreeBSD 9.2 released
  • Four new NetBSD releases
  • BIND being replaced by unbound in FreeBSD
  • DragonflyBSD future plans
  • FreeBSD ports get Stack Protector support
  • EuroBSDCon 2013 wrap-up chat
  • Interview – Marshall Kirk McKusick
  • Faster recompiles with ccache and tmpfs
  • News Roundup

Episode 005: Stacks of Cache

FreeBSD 10.0-ALPHA5 Available

FreeBSD developers have created a 5th alpha version for testing purposes of the upcoming FreeBSD 10 version.

Changes between -ALPHA4 and -ALPHA5 include:

  • Removal of BIND from the base system; replacements may be found within the Ports Collection.
  • Bug fix introduced with the latest infiniband update.
  • The GNU ar(1) and ranlib(1) have been removed from the base system.
  • Bug fixes and updates to the base llvm.
  • Various bhyve enhancements.
  • Various XEN enhancements.

As always, alpha, beta and release candidate versions should never be used in production environments.

FreeBSD Family Code Commits – Week 40

freebsd_codeThis is a weekly post linking to interesting updates, additions or changes in the FreeBSD code or in the code of the following FreeBSD-based flavours: PC-BSD, FreeNAS, GhostBSD, m0n0wall or pfSense.

If I have missed out any updates that you are excited about, please share with us all in the comments below.

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Will pfSense rebrand? (link)

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  • Work on the 9.2.0.1 branch has started (link)
  • On the 9.1.0.1 branch php was updated to 5.5.4, zoneinfo to 2013g, Samba to 3.6.19 and lighttpd to 1.4.33.

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