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Posted 10 days ago by Justin Sherrill
It’s now possible to start up a vkernel(7) using a COW disk, meaning copy-on-write.  One image can be used and reused for multiple vkernels without changing, and all disk activity goes to memory instead.
Posted 11 days ago by Justin Sherrill
It looks like I summarized iwm(4) updates too early, cause Imre Vadasz added an actual powersave option.  I’d like to see someone with a power meter do some before-and-after testing.
Posted 13 days ago by Justin Sherrill
This week’s Lazy Reading came together in perhaps 10 minutes. Mouse cursor disappears when my refrigerator turns off.  (via) Roll20.net.  Role-playing game tools.  (via) choose boring bugs. tilted abstractions.  I feel this way about many web ... [More] frameworks. You can register your child’s name in any language providing you use any Unicode character. Unix as IDE. […] [Less]
Posted 14 days ago by Justin Sherrill
This was an easy week to put together; there’s a lot of links this week.  Last week was slow – maybe it was because of EuroBSDCon? pfSense 2.3.2-p1 RELEASE Now Available! 386bsd/386bsd – Upgrade to 386BSD 2.0.  (via) A new addition to FreeBSD.org. SNIA SDC 2016 Recap: Michael Dexter.  Swordfish sounds interesting. Review of OpenBSD 6.0. […]
Posted 15 days ago by Justin Sherrill
BSDNow 162 has an interview with Petra Zeidler of the NetBSD Foundation, the nonprofit organization that supports NetBSD-the-operating-system.  Plus the usual news, the highlight for me being a link to an explanation of what ^d really does.
Posted 15 days ago by Justin Sherrill
It’s been a quiet week, but there’s some activity: Imre Vadasz has been committing many improvements to iwm(4).  They haven’t been standalone enough for me to build a post around, but the most recent enables a low-power scan mode.
Posted 20 days ago by Justin Sherrill
Every third link is about old technology, and I swear it’s not on purpose. The creators of rogue talk about permadeath.  (via) IRCv3.  (via) Cyberdeck64.  (via) The oldest U.S. government computers.  (via) The Silmarillion Seminar.  (via) The MIT ... [More] License, Line by Line.  (via) Network mapping. Unix tips: Saving time by repeating history. How to Capture Network […] [Less]
Posted 21 days ago by Justin Sherrill
A relatively uneventful week, at least for BSD. Vulnerability scanner for Linux and FreeBSD.  (via) Michael W. Lucas’s next BSD book. Speaking of which, please pay for what you use. What is happening with FreeBSD-11. Does FreeBSD 11 support Broadwell integrated video or not? Theo de Raadt on LLVM license change proposal.  (via) LibreSSL 2.5.0 […]
Posted 21 days ago by Justin Sherrill
I’ll just say I did this: cpdup -VV -v /var/hammer/usr/snap-20160928-0301/local/pgsql/data /usr/local/pgsql/ And managed to bring back my last year or so of RSS feeds and the like.  Phew!
Posted 22 days ago by Justin Sherrill
BSDNow 161 has sort of 2 interviews this week.  has Allan Jude talking about his EuroBSDCon trip, plus Michael Shirk talking about Bro on FreeBSD.  Also, lots of news items right on the BSDNow page.