Valuable News – 2022/05/16

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).


OPNsense 22.1.7 Released.

TrueNAS 13.0 Succeeds TrueNAS 12.0.

OpenBSD on 2020 M1 MacBook Air.

Enterprise Strength FreeBSD Based TrueNAS 13.0 Released.

Thunderbird 102 – 7 Great New Features Coming.

Nvidia Releases Open Source GPU Kernel Modules.

Modernize Your Oracle Workloads to PostgreSQL with Database Migration Service.

Customizing FreeBSD Ports and Packages.

Get Started with Bareos – Open Source Client Server Backup Solution.

BSD Now 454 – Compiling 50% Faster.

FreeBSD as Desktop – Here is How.

Power of Red Hat Ecosystem.

FreeBSD Networking Basics – WiFi and Bluetooth.

Lets Have a Look at FreeBSD Bhyve VMs.

The as-tree(1) Prints List of Paths as Tree.

In Other BSDs for 2022/05/14.

Starting at Beginning – FreeBSD Shell.

Own Your Calendar and Contacts with OpenBSD/Baikal/FOSS Android.

FreeBSD 13.1-RELEASE Release Notes.

OpenZFS: All About Cache vdev or L2ARC.


MIPS unveils RISC-V eVocore P8700 and I8500 Multiprocessor IP Cores.

Internal Computer Storage Types – Pros and Cons.

Wireless is a Trap.


Hackers – 20 Years of Awesome.

Fallout 2 Reference Edition – Reverse Engineering by Alexander Batalov.

Firefox 100 Improved Process Isolation.

50 Years Ago Andrei Tarkovsky Made Most Disturbing Sci-Fi Movie Ever.

ONKYO Has Gone Bankrupt.


7 thoughts on “Valuable News – 2022/05/16

  1. Alex

    Thank you very much for these. I really appreciate the effort. Makes my Monday evenings much more interesting. πŸ™‚


  2. BSDfan

    Krótkie pytanie. Mam FreeBSD 12.3 i chcę zaktualizować do 13.1. Mogę od razu czy muszę wpierw do 13.0?


    1. vermaden Post author

      Zalecaja najpierw do 13.0 a potem do 13.1 … ale jak zrobisz sobie nowe ZFS Boot Environment w ramach zabezpiecenia to mozesz sprobowac.



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