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Retro: run AIX PS/2 on emulator

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NewsIf you are interested in retrocomputing, running a classic version of AIX on an emulated PS/2 machine might be desirable.
 
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Hat systems - general purpose storage system

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HardwareHat Systems is a general purpose storage system for workshop storage of tools and inventory.
 
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Lynis - security auditing tool

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SecurityLynis is an open source security auditing tool.
 
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FPGArduino

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NewsFPGArduino transform popular FPGA development boards into microcontroller systems programmable using the intuitive Arduino development environment.
 
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PDP2011

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NewsPDP2011 a re-creation of the well known series of PDP-11 computer systems in VHDL.
 
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OpenVAS

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SecurityOpenVAS bills itself as the world's most advanced Open Source vulnerability scanner and manager.
 
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DevStack

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NewsIf you have heard about OpenStack and want to try it out, DevStack is the tool for you.
 
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quick tip: how do you find out which packages were installed from a repository?

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FreeBSDSo, if you use both pkg and ports in FreeBSD, how do you tell which packages were installed from a repository, and which you installed from source (via the ports tree)?
 
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FreeBSD and IPv6

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FreeBSDFirst there is a Handbook chapter on IPv6.
 
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quick tip: firstboot- ports

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FreeBSDIf you play with FreeBSD images (vagrant, anybody?) or other virtual machine images, the following ports might be of use to you.
 
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