While we’ve all been deluged with new Linux releases lately, there’s a particular Unix release that flew past almost without getting a brief look at. NetBSD 6.1 was released in mid-May. NetBSD is the Unix of today. And it’s probably about as close to the original Unix as you can get in 2013. More so […]
BSD systems are the technological neighbors many of us meet daily, but few know much about. Martin Husemann of NetBSD explains, analyses, compares and refers to everything there is to know about BSD and NetBSD. Meet this fantastic operating system through another Monday’s interview on Unixmen.
The long awaited new version of the LiveCD has finally arrived. It is freshly built from the NetBSD 5.1 sources, which is the first feature update of the NetBSD 5.0 branch. It includes many bugfixes and contains the latest packages from pkgsrc. As always, it uses Xorg from base and the xfce4 window manager This […]