BSDnow - October 19, 2017, 9:28 am UTC
EuroBSDcon trip report, how to secure OpenBSD’s LDAP server, ZFS channel programs in FreeBSD HEAD and why software is storytelling.
Topix.net - October 19, 2017, 7:51 am UTC
Hash: SHA512 ======================================================================== ===== FreeBSD-SA-17:07.wpa Security Advisory The FreeBSD Project Topic: WPA2 protocol vulnerability Category: contrib Module: wpa Announced: 2017-10-16 Credits: Mathy Vanhoef Affects: All supported versions of FreeBSD.
OSNews - October 16, 2017, 9:14 pm UTC
DragonFlyBSD 5.0 is the first release with preliminary boot support for HAMMER2, the project's new filesystem.
Preliminary HAMMER2 support has been released into the wild as-of the 5.0 release. This support is considered EXPERIMENTAL and should generally not yet be used for production machines and important data. The boot loader will support both UFS and HAMMER2 /boot. The installer will still use a UFS /boot even for a HAMMER2 installation because the /boot partition is typically very small and HAMMER2, like HAMMER1, does not instantly free space when files are deleted or replaced.
Undeadly.org - October 15, 2017, 11:55 am UTC
message to [email protected],
Theo de Raadt ([email protected]) wrote:
We intend to only build syspatches for one release in the future.
Errata patches will continue to be generated for 2 releases.
The reasoning is syspatch on 2 architectures for 2 releases requires 4
machines, and therefore twice the handholding. It seems better to keep
the time available to start doing syspatches for more architectures.
This can be seen with the latest TCB errata, for which there are patches for
versions 6.1 and
but a binary update only for
DragonFlyBSD Digest - October 14, 2017, 1:12 pm UTC
All at the last minute, this. rcmds removed from FreeBSD. (Thanks, Jeremie) Michael W. Lucas will be presenting on Tarsnap at the next SemiBUG meeting – the 17th. There may be a OpenBSD porting workshop with NYCBUG in early December. The anatomy of ldd program on OpenBSD. How to create BSD bootable USB Stick ? …
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DragonFlyBSD Digest - October 13, 2017, 3:30 am UTC
There’s no in-reference in this week’s BSDNow, but I think they already did the “it goes to 11” reference. Among other news items, they’ve caught ClonOS, which I did not know about.
BSDnow - October 12, 2017, 10:37 am UTC
We look at how Netflix serves 100 Gbps from an Open Connect Appliance, read through the 2nd quarter FreeBSD status report, show you a freebsd-update speedup via nginx reverse proxy & customize your OpenBSD default shell.
Slashdot - October 9, 2017, 10:10 pm UTC
basscomm writes: OpenBSD 6.2 has now been released. Check out the release notes if you're into that kind of thing. Some of the new features and systems include improved hardware support, vmm(4)/ vmd(8) improvements, IEEE 802.11 wireless stack improvements, generic network stack improvements, installer improvements, routing daemons and other userland network improvements, security improvements and more. Here is the full list of changes.
Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Undeadly.org - October 9, 2017, 2:49 pm UTC
A few days ahead of the date hinted at by the work-in-progress release page, OpenBSD 6.2 was released today, October 9th 2017.
Notable changes in this release are as always numerous, and include:
DragonFlyBSD Digest - October 7, 2017, 12:56 pm UTC
Assembled all on Thursday! No Plan Survives Contact with the Internet. pfSense 2.4.0 delay, related to recent dnsmasq discoveries. pfsense rant. Exploring BSD for my CDN. Ohio LinuxFest 2017 Recap. First draft of “Absolute FreeBSD, 3rd Edition” finished! Related: Michael W. Lucas has a Patreon. OPNsense 17.7.5 released. autoconf/clang (No) Fun and Games. FreeBSD 10.4-RELEASE …
Continue reading "In Other BSDs for 2017/10/07"
DragonFlyBSD Digest - October 6, 2017, 12:45 am UTC
BSDNow 214 has no interview, but does get into a convention report and a number of other topics, including the history of man pages. Is there a help format that has lasted as long as man pages? I don’t think so.
BSDnow - October 5, 2017, 2:18 pm UTC
The costs of open sourcing a project are explored, we discover why PS4 downloads are so slow, delve into the history of UNIX man pages & more!