Hi, and welcome to a roundup of what happened in the BSD-related world in the last month. If you're interested in previous months, they can be found at DaemonNews.
OpenBSD 3.6 released
(now with SMP, new platforms, new daemons, and more security)
The new 3.6 song is "Pond-erosa Puff (live)."
"I'm sick and tired of these gol-darn words! n' laws n' bureaucratic nerds!"
Redistributable Firmware Wanted: Texas Instruments
(Can we redistribute a binary file so your hardware works, please?)
Redistributable Firmware Wanted: Intel
5.3 delayed slightly
Interview with Poul-Henning Kamp
`rm -rf / ` ^C
FreeBSD sysadmin training, December 7 to 10, 2004
New platform: Iyonix
(Risc OS brings back memories ...)
OffMyServer.com donates blade server to DragonFly
via tftp and nfs
(would this work for other OSes?)
Matt Dillon video
Making debugging easier
Textmate causing a buzz
speaks on design
(Apple VP of industrial design)
(not lots more shiny than normal iPods)
Mac OS X Con
Mac OS X RSS roundtable
VT Supercomputer upgraded to Xserves
"BSD Success Stories" booklet
(BSD just works)
("All I see now is blonde, brunette, redhead.")
Why the BSDs include the license in the file
Sam Smith lives in Manchester, England, and works on interfaces to data. When he's not in front of a computer, he's usually in a theater, probably with MUGSS.
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