The world’s first OpenZFS based live image, FreeBSD Subversion to Git Migration video, FreeBSD Instant-workstation 2020, testing the shutdown mechanism, login_ldap added to OpenBSD, and more
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FuryBSD is a tool to test drive stock FreeBSD desktop images in read write mode to see if it will work for you before installing. In order to provide the most reliable experience possible while preserving the integrity of the system the LiveCD now leverages ZFS, compression, replication, a memory file system, and reroot (pivot root).
FreeBSD moving to Git: Why? With luck, I'll be writing a few blogs on FreeBSD's move to git later this year. Today, we'll start with "why"?
Video from Warner Losh
A little over a year ago I published an instant-workstation script for FreeBSD. The idea is to have an installed FreeBSD system, then run a shell script that uses only base-system utilities and installs and configures a workstation setup for you.
Following on from my recent nut setup, this is the second in a series of three posts.
The next post will deal with adjusting startup and shutdown times to be sure everything proceeds as required.
With this commit, Martijn van Duren (martijn@) added login_ldap(8) to -current
- NetBSD current now has GCC 9.3.0 for x86/ARM
- MidnightBSD 1.2.8
- MidnightBSD 2.0-Current
- Retro UNIX 8086 v1 operating system has been developed by Erdogan Tan as a special purposed derivation of original UNIX v1 ***
- This weeks episode of BSDNow was sponsored by our friends at Tarsnap, the only secure online backup you can trust your data to. Even paranoids need backups.