The Month in BSD: February 2005by Sam Smith
Welcome to another column. This month's column is brought to you by the word "backups," the number 0, and the computer shop across the road.
- "NetBSD Annual Report and the Case for NetBSD"
- "The Case for FreeBSD (1)"
- "The Case for FreeBSD (2)"
Comparing MySQL performance across OSes
(Covers methodology in the first article, then publishes results a few days later. People who don't like the results already accepted the methods. This is how all tests and results should be announced.)
First look at Solaris 10
Theo wins 2004 Free Software Award
(For firmware activism)
OpenBSD on Zaurus update
FreeBSD logo contest
(Not to replace the daemon)
Interview with Matt Dillon
Jeff Raskin Dies
(Human-computer interface expert, best known for starting the Macintosh project)
- "How to build XEmacs running with Carbon"
- iPod Shuffle RAID Array
- Comedy comparison of the Mac mini and a PC
- New photo iPods, 6GB iPod Mini
- New PowerBooks, now with two-finger scrolling and orientation detection
- Two-finger scrolling for older PowerBooks
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