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News: July 09, 2003 13:44:18
Glibc-BSD project started
The purpose of the project is to maintain support for *BSD's kernels in Glibc until it's ready for integration in Glibc upstream sources.
Outside: July 09, 2003 14:32:35
Dial Out Connection in FreeBSD
This article shares steps on getting your FreeBSD host to be able to connect over the modem to an Internet Service Provider.
Outside: July 09, 2003 14:42:24
Unix Review: OpenBSD's Packet Filter
This article talks about disk partition planning and packet filtering (using pf).
News: July 17, 2003 09:41:43
FreeBSD forked: DragonFly
An announcement to freebsd-hackers said "For the last few months I have been investigating and then working on a new approach to the BSD kernel. This has snowballed into a far more ambitious project which is now ready for wider participation."
News: July 21, 2003 10:27:44
SCO: We are not talking about BSD code
The SCO Groups says they confirm the fact that the Linux 2.4 kernel contains hundreds of files taken directly from their code. "If all was removed, Linux would have no enterprise use."
Outside: July 22, 2003 09:43:46
eWEEK: Is It Time for BSD?
"And if you were just shopping around, just considering Linux and hadn't looked at a BSD, you may want to reconsider and do some comparing between the systems. You might find that a BSD will be a better fit."
News: July 23, 2003 07:47:10
Changes to the NetBSD Packages Collection in March 2003
At the end of March 2003, there were 3637 packages in the NetBSD Packages Collection, up from 3525 the previous month, a rise of 112. The Package of the Month award goes to pkgsrc/security/audit-packages.
News: July 23, 2003 07:51:29
Changes to the NetBSD Packages Collection in April 2003
At the end of April 2003, there were 3708 packages in the NetBSD Packages Collection, up from 3637 the previous month, a rise of 71. The Package of the Month award goes to pkgsrc/www/p5-HTTP-DAV.
News: July 23, 2003 07:57:36
Changes to the NetBSD Packages Collection in May 2003
At the end of May 2003, there were 3762 packages in the NetBSD Packages Collection, up from 3708 the previous month, a rise of 54. The Packages of The Month are mozilla, mplayer, pkgsrc/x11/x2x, and pkgsrc/mail/dovecot.
News: July 23, 2003 08:03:58
Changes to the NetBSD Packages Collection in June 2003
At the end of June 2003, there were 3820 packages in the NetBSD Packages Collection, up from 3762 the previous month, a rise of 58. The Packages of the Month are audio/wmsmixer, net/whatmask, and net/wistumbler.
Outside: July 30, 2003 09:52:19
OnLAMP: The Essence of OpenBSD
This article has some interviewers with OpenBSD developers. It discusses some OpenBSD history, how the team was formed, projects they are working on, driver development, CVS, and more.
Outside: July 31, 2003 06:55:47
InternetWeek: Why Users Choose BSD Over Linux Or Commercial Software
The author answers: "why I chose BSD", highlighting the licensing, simplicity, stable kernel and drivers, packages (and ports), and various features.