Valuable News – 2019/11/04

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. Whenever I stumble upon something worth mentioning on the Internet I just put it here.

Today the amount information that we get using various information streams is at massive overload. Thus one needs to focus only on what is important without the need to grep(1) the Internet everyday. Hence the idea of providing such information ‘bulk’ as I already do that grep(1).


Six Prequels to FreeBSD Mastery: Jails book.

BSD Now 322 – Happy Birthday Unix.

Protect VMware ESXi Virtual Machines with OpenBSD.

FreeBSD ZFS zlib zalloc/zfree Callbacks Rework Increases Write Speed from 60MB/s to 600MB/s.

FreeBSD – Installer Gnome.

Brief History with Solaris.

Linux Professional Institute Releases BSD Specialist Certification.

OPNsense 19.7.6 Released.

MidnightBSD 1.2 Released.

FreeBSD Adds -k Skel Option to mdmfs(8) to Populate from Skeleton.

Running TLS 1.3 with OpenSSL and Nginx.

Largest Amount of Bad Code – Oracle Database 12.2.

Introducing FuryBSD.

In Other BSDs for 2019/11/02.

SSH Handshake Explained.

OpenBSD on Google Compute Engine.

October CMS on OpenBSD.

Linux versus Open Source UNIX.


Running on Intel Securely Means Disabling Hyper-Threading says Linux Kernel Maintainer.

PINETIME – Open Source Smartwatch for Your Favorite Devices.


Fantasy of Opting Out.

Microsoft Japan Experiment with 3 Days Weekend Boosts Worker Productivity by 40 Percent.
Microsoft Japan’s experiment with 3-day weekend boosts worker productivity by 40 percent


Computer Files Are Going Extinct.


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  1. Pingback: In Other BSDs for 2019/11/09 – DragonFly BSD Digest

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