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Posted 2 days ago by Justin Sherrill
A good chunk of this is overflow from last week. The iXSystems Kansas Linux Fest report.  I’d like to see the slides they used. PKGSRC at The University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.  (via) Best free alternative to pfSense? OpenBSD laptop. Is there a more ... [More] clear PacBSD installation guide? GhostBSD 11 ALPHA having issues with MATE Desktop. documentation … Continue reading "In Other BSDs for 2017/05/27" [Less]
Posted 4 days ago by Justin Sherrill
Hey, there’s a new garbage!
Posted 4 days ago by Justin Sherrill
There’s a bug with shared libraries in pkg(), which may bite you when upgrading.  It’s present in version 1.10.1 at least, so you may want to wait for this fix to be applied before your next upgrade.
Posted 4 days ago by Justin Sherrill
No interview in this week’s BSDNow, but lots of news topics including a note about how easy it is to mitigate WannaCry problems using BSD technologies.  Also of potential interest, it links to an in-depth look at how traffic shaping in pfSense was ... [More] able to significantly improve a home internet connection, from someone whose job … Continue reading "BSDNow 195: I don’t WannaCry" [Less]
Posted 7 days ago by Justin Sherrill
If your DragonFly system’s Intel network device doesn’t seem to pick up on DHCP, try turning on polling.  This may already be a nonissue, but it doesn’t hurt to mention it. Update: fixed.
Posted 7 days ago by Justin Sherrill
If your DragonFly system’s Intel network device doesn’t seem to pick up on DHCP, try turning on polling.  This may already be a nonissue, but it doesn’t hurt to mention it.
Posted 8 days ago by Justin Sherrill
The weather’s nice, so the links are light.  Well, they were, then I got some reading done, and now we have a good-size list. Rule #1: Interop is all that matters.  This is what gave us the Internet, really.  (via) Nethogs, the tool. SIGGRAPH 2017 : ... [More] Technical Papers Preview Trailer.  See what will appear in … Continue reading "Lazy Reading for 2017/05/21" [Less]
Posted 9 days ago by Justin Sherrill
There’s been enough this week I’ve already started next week’s BSD entry. Installing OpenBSD 6.1 on your laptop is really hard (not). (via) Switching to OpenBSD.  (via) FreeBSD on 11? MacBook Air 5,1 (mid-2012).  2012 is the hardware, not the post ... [More] date.  (via) Falling in love with NixOS.  Not on BSD, but linked because the … Continue reading "In Other BSDs for 2017/05/20" [Less]
Posted 10 days ago by Justin Sherrill
Imre Vadasz added support for ADMA2 transfers in DragonFly.  It doesn’t lead to a huge performance boost – yet.  It can be turned on and off, but requires Intel chipsets.
Posted 11 days ago by Justin Sherrill
This week’s BSDNow covers different topics, with a specific link about a centrally managed Bhyve – a new feature to me.  No interview this week, but don’t let that stop you from the full range of discussion.