Contribute  :  Calendar  :  Advanced Search  :  Site Statistics  :  Directory  :  About  :  Cartoons  :  Web Resources  :  Polls  
    geekinfo.net ...for all that other stuff    
 Welcome to geekinfo.net
 Tuesday, October 16 2018 @ 02:32 CEST

OpenBSD 4.5 released

  View Printable Version 
OpenBSD/NetBSDOpenBSD version 4.5 has been released. Lots of new stuff - check it out!
(first seen on OSnews)
 
Post a comment
Comments (0)

NetBSD 5.0 released

  View Printable Version 
OpenBSD/NetBSDNetBSD version 5.0 has been released. This is the thirteenth major release of the NetBSD operating system. The biggest area of improvement in NetBSD 5.0 is symmetric multiprocessing (SMP). There is also a huge number of other changes, such as the "jemalloc" memory allocator, Xorg instead of XFree86 in some ports, the Power Management Framework, ACPI suspend/resume on many laptops, and much, much more.
(first seen on OSnews)
 
Post a comment
Comments (0)

NetBSD 5.0 RC1 available

  View Printable Version 
OpenBSD/NetBSDThe first release candidate of NetBSD 5.0 is available. From the release announcement: On behalf of the NetBSD Release Engineering team, I am proud to announce that the first release candidate of NetBSD 5.0 is now available for download.
 
read more (41 words) Post a comment
Comments (0)

BSDanywhere

  View Printable Version 
OpenBSD/NetBSDBSDanywhere is a bootable Live-CD image based on OpenBSD. The latest is version 4.4, and it exists in 32-bit (i386) and 64-bit (amd64) variants. It consists of the entire OpenBSD base system (without compiler) plus graphical desktop, an unrepresentative collection of software, automatic hardware detection and support for many graphics cards, sound cards, SCSI and USB devices as well as other peripherals.
 
read more (35 words) Post a comment
Comments (0)

Building an OpenBSD Gateway

  View Printable Version 
OpenBSD/NetBSDOver at Raiden's Realm there is a tutorial about building an OpenBSD gateway: "A gateway is a piece of equipment that performs various networking functions, like filtering IP packets ('firewalling'), Network Address Translation ('NAT'), routing of IP packets across one or more networks ('routing'), and serving up IP addresses to clients attached to the network ('DHCP'). Quite often gateways are called 'routers', although as we've just seen, gateways do more than just route network traffic." ..if you want to crank up your gateway's functionality and security by astronomic proportions, then this tutorial is for you.
Read part 1 of the article now.
 
Post a comment
Comments (0)
 Copyright © 2018 geekinfo.net
 All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective owners.
Powered By Geeklog 
Created this page in 0.04 seconds