Rather small issue with OpenBSD Errata and all the rest from last week.
OpenBSD Errata: December 7, 2021 (rpki-client): Errata patch for rpki-client has been released for OpenBSD 6.9. Binary updates for the amd64, i386 and arm64 platform are available via the syspatch utility.
As always, it's worth following BSDSec. RSS feed and Twitter account available.
The state of Steam on OpenBSD: There is a very common question within the OpenBSD community, mostly from newcomers: "How can I install Steam on OpenBSD?". The short answer is: You can't.
UNIX Wars – The Battle for Standards: UNIX’s history was marred by power struggles and fights over its direction and core. This meant that at some point in time, different factions went to war to control the future of UNIX. As part of our recent write-up, we’re taking a look at the wars that shaped UNIX’s future and the events that followed.
Valuable News – 2021/11/29: 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, C, httpd, SQLite: BCHS is an open source software stack for web applications. To prepare a BCHS environment, install OpenBSD, start your editor of choice, and get to work.
Using awk to pretty-display OpenBSD packages update changes: You use OpenBSD and when you upgrade your packages you often wonder which one is a rebuild and which one is a real version update? The packages updates are logged in /var/log/messages and using awk it's easy to achieve some kind of report.
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