BSD Router Project 1.97

submited 05 August 2020

Based on a FreeBSD 12.1-STABLE (r363822), it fixes some missing Ethernet NIC modules (Chelsio Ethernet VF driver and Ethernet QLogic 3200 series). This version adds some new packages - Mellanox Firmware tools (lite version), WireGuard, vim-tiny, mrtparse (MRT format data parser), nrpe3 (Nagios client including nagios-plugins), frr7-pythontools (helper script to help reload frr). New features: load of Intel microcodes by default; update to 12.1-STABLE. Bug fixes: add Chelsio Ethernet VF driver (ifcxgbev); add missing ifqlxgb.ko for Ethernet QLogic 3200 series; correctly disabling ICMP redirect by default. New packages: Mellanox firmware tools (lite version); WireGuard; vim-tiny....

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14 May 2021
aiomixer, X/Open Curses and ncurses, and other NetBSD news  

Sumup of some of the developement activities in NetBSD land.

13 May 2021
Running Potluck Images with runj  

The Potluck container image library wants to provide complex services out of the box, like e.g. a complete postfix secondary mailserver. Many of the images are prepared to be orchestrated via nomad and nomad-pot-driver.

This small how-to shows that these jails can also very easily be started via the new runj utility, which is the first step to prepare a tasty OCI and containerd Potluck.

Basics of ZFS Snapshot Management  

One of the many powerful features of OpenZFS are snapshots. OpenZFS stands out in its snapshot design, providing powerful and easy-to-use tools for managing snapshots. Snapshots complement a backup strategy, as they are instantaneous and don’t require a backup window. Since snapshots are atomic, they are not affected by other processes and you don’t have to stop any running applications before taking a snapshot. In this article we’ll start with the basics: creating, using, and deleting file system snapshots.

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12 May 2021
NomadBSD 130R-20210508 released  
  • The base system has been upgraded to FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE.
  • The partition alignment has been changed to 1M to improve the write speed on flash drives.
  • A bug where GLX is disabled has been fixed.
  • Drivers for VMware have been added.
BSD Weekly isssue 68  

DragonFlyBSD 6.0, OpenBSD-based FuguIta 6.9 plus all the news and tutorials from the BSD world.

11 May 2021
KDE Plasma Wayland - a week in FreeBSD  

Summary article about the some of the issues when running KDE with Wayland on FreeBSD.

DragonFly BSD 6.0 released  

The DragonFly BSD team has announced the release of DragonFly BSD 6.0, a successor of version 5.8

FuguIta 6.9 released  

FuguIta is the Live System which is based on OpenBSD operating system. After recent RC, now we have full 6.9 release of this live system.

10 May 2021
How to install Gnome on OpenBSD  

This article explains how to install the Gnome desktop on OpenBSD. You need access to the root user to proceed.

FuguIta 6.9  

FuguIta 6.9, an OpenBSD based live system is now available for downloads. Note that this is a release candidate.

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