Tag Archives: openbsd

OpenBSD 5.6 theme song

A heads up on Undeadly is that the new theme song for OpenBSD 5.6 has been released. It is a story on how far things have to get with a project before the only solution is to fork it and take it in a different direction.  Two recent issues in the project were that of… Read More »

LibreSSL 2.0.5 released

For those that need an OpenSSL replacement on their operating system because they don’t use OpenBSD, Brent Cook from the LibreSSL portable team has announced that LibreSSL 2.0.5  has now be released and will be available on a mirror near you shortly.

LibreSSL 2.0.4 released

Bob Beck has just posted to the openbsd-tech@ mail list that LibreSSL 2.0.4 has just been released. This release includes more portability changes and the deletion of the unused SRP code. It will be appearing on a mirror near you shortly.

DHCP Patch for OpenBSD 5.5

A second patch on the original DHCP errata patch released on 30 June 2014 has just been released by the OpenBSD project (remaining as 009_dhcp).  Further information on all errata patches for the 5.5 release can be found on the release errata/patch page.

OpenBSD 5.5 Released

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 »