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Valuable News – 2024/01/29: The Valuable News weekly series is dedicated to provide summary about news, articles and other interesting stuff mostly but not always related to the UNIX or BSD systems.
BSD Now 543: OpenBSD Workstation Hardening: OpenZFS Storage Best Practices and Use Cases Part 3: Databases and VMs, 2023 in Review: Continuous Integration and Workflow Improvement, Running OpenBSD on OmniOS using bhyve, FreeBSD jailed ZFS datasets – how do I find the .zfs/snapshot directory?, OpenBSD workstation hardening, KDE Plasma now linked to packages build on -current, MidnightBSD 3.1.3 release.
KMS for Apple silicon machines: Mark Kettenis committed support for Kernel Mode-Setting (KMS) on Apple silicon (arm64) machines.
GPL 3: The Controversial Licensing Model and Potential Solutions: Discover the controversies surrounding GPL 3 and the growing trend of GPL to BSD migration in the open-source world. Article provides in-depth insights into the differences between GPL and BSD licenses, and why more businesses and developers are opting for BSD’s flexibility in their open-source strategies.
Valuable News – 2024/01/22: The Valuable News weekly series is dedicated to provide summary about news, articles and other interesting stuff mostly but not always related to the UNIX or BSD systems.
BSD Now 542: 8 Open Source Trends to Keep an Eye Out for in 2024, System Design for Advanced Beginners, 2024 plans and 2023 retrospective, Upgrading from NetBSD 5.1 to 10*RC1, FreeBSD has a new C compiler: Oracle Developer Studio 12.6, Ctrl+Alt Museum.
pinsyscalls(2) working in anger: Theo de Raadt has committed (to -current) the remaining parts required to get pinsyscalls(2) working in anger.
What’s a Permissive License – and Why Should I Care?: Within the world of open source technology, there are multiple varieties of open source licensing agreements that dictate how a program may be used or modified. While software licensing is the subject of never-ending debate, in this blog, they’ll explain the more common examples of software licensing while pointing out their differences.
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