BSDTalk‘s Will Backman interviews the project creator of DragonFly BSD, Matthew Dillon and discusses the upcoming release of DragonFly BSD 4.0.
Videos for EuroBSDCon 2014 have just been published.
Although not in -base of the BSDs, BASH is usually the first thing that is installed by people migrating to BSD from various Linux distributions, to provide them with an environment that they are familiar with. A high rated, remote exploitable issue (CVE-2014-6271) has been found with the Borne Again SHell (BASH) that can leave… 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 »
The master branch of Dragonfly BSD has seen significant changes to spinlock and are advising that users that follow master to perform a full buildworld, buildkernel, installkernel, installworld upgrade after the commit ba87a4ab252df80acecfc25acfd9e406ea7f4c93.
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 »