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10 2002

Outside: October 02, 2002 21:41:38
Newsfactor: The OS Wars: BSD vs. Linux
"Corporate users look for professional support and service agreements. It's kind of uncommon for an IBMer to go to BSD because of that."

Outside: October 09, 2002 15:09:33
Daemon News: Easy Nameserving on FreeBSD With djbdns
This article shows how to DNS the "djb way". It discusses installation (via FreeBSD ports), configuring local and shared caches, and more.

News: October 15, 2002 11:43:02
Wasabi ports NetBSD to the SuperH 64-bit SH-5 processor
Wasabi Systems announced completion of a port of NetBSD to the 64-bit SH-5 processor from SuperH, Inc., on the Cayman Development System.

Outside: October 21, 2002 20:50:38
ONLamp: Playing Audio and Video Files with FreeBSD
This article is about audio/video formats, mime types, using plugger, and installing realplayer, divxplayer, and netshow. And ChBg.

Outside: October 22, 2002 09:46:44
eWeek: OpenBSD 3.2 is Back on Track
This article is about the upcoming OpenBSD version 3.2 release. It discusses centralized configuration, security, memory protection features, removing setuid programs, and software updates. It also has comments from Theo de Raadt.

News: October 30, 2002 09:09:39
Changes to the NetBSD Packages Collection in September 2002
At the end of September 2002, there were 3214 packages in the NetBSD Packages Collection, up from 3104 the previous month, a rise of 110. The three packages of the month are: net/hping, audio/mserv_irman, and emulators/generator.

News: November 06, 2002 10:38:35
Significant new features in OpenBSD 3.2 release
Last week, the OpenBSD project announced its thirteenth release with OpenBSD 3.2 and includes several new security features, improved hardware support, and various software upgrades. One new feature is systrace: "Strict systrace policies applied to every running daemon dramatically reduces impacts of possible security flaws."