The long awaited FreeBSD 11.0 series has been released. This is the first release to see a different and easier to understand support structure and predictable support time line. The 11.x series will be supported until October 2021.
FreeBSD developer, Glen Barber has just announced on the FreeBSD mailing list that FreeBSD 10.1-RC1 has just been released for your testing consumption. Don’t forget to use your closest mirror to get your copy.
It is that time of the year again when OpenBSD fans have their cash out ready to buy the next release of OpenBSD, supporting the project financially. With the OpenBSD 5.6 release will see the end of distribution through the Computer Shop of Calgary, replaced by the new distributor Zednax through the portal OpenBSD Store… Read More »
FreeBSD developer, Glen Barber has just announced on the FreeBSD mailing list that FreeBSD 10.1-BETA2 has just been released for your testing consumption. Don’t forget to use your closest mirror to get your copy.
Ted Unangst has just written a post about the history of OpenBSD version numbers. There is some interesting information on the version sequencing of -releases and ports even down to the that Kernel ‘build number’ ( #<num> ). Even if you have been around the project for a long time, this post is a great walk… Read More »
Yes, a lame intro with a throw back to the very very early nineties, but that is what I think Allan and Kris had in store for Episode 53 of BSDNow.TV. In this weeks episode, the guys went over what the NetBSD folks did at the recent Open Source Conference of 2014, introduced the new version and features… Read More »
Episode 51 of BSDNow.TV has just hit the streets. This week Allan and Kris discuss a recent post by Peter N.M. Hansteen with his observations of failed login attempts to his pop3 service with invalid usernames taken from his trap list page, some more trip reports from recent events and the latest 3.8.2 release of… Read More »
Twice a year, right on the 1st of May or November (the 2nd if you are in Australia) – like clockwork – the OpenBSD project release a new edition of OpenBSD for general consumption. This May, we see OpenBSD 5.5 hit the shelves with a huge overhaul on the time_t function as the main feature (hence… Read More »