Speaking on BSD: The Waiting Is the Hardest Part

Larry the BSD Guy The BSD devil resides in a penguin’s DNA.

After answering various calls for presentations to a few upcoming shows, it stands to reason that Tom Petty is right: The waiting is […]

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FreeBSD, Variants Not Affected by Recent GNU Bug

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Larry the BSD Guy The glibc security vulnerability that Linux developers have been scrambling to patch does not affect *BSD.

Much has been made about a vulnerability in a function in the GNU C Library. […]

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Lumina Desktop Getting Ready for FreeBSD 11.0

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Larry the BSD Guy The BSD licensed Lumina Desktop aims to release version 1.0 in July.

It appears the sun is rising on Lumina.

Ken Moore, the lead developer for the BSD-based Lumina Desktop Environment, […]

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VIMAGE Coming Soon to FreeBSD

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I have to confess that I am still tying up loose ends from SCALE14X — the expo doesn’t end when the doors close for those of us who work the show. […]

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BSD at SCALE 14x

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As I may have mentioned during the SCALE 14x coverage, one of the disadvantages of the glorious burden of working for a great event such as SCALE is that I don’t […]

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