• FreeBSD security

    • Security Advisory: FreeBSD-SA-16:19.sendmsg
    • Security Advisory: FreeBSD-SA-16:18.atkbd
    • Security Advisory: FreeBSD-SA-16:17.openssl
    • Security Advisory: FreeBSD-SA-16:16.ntp
    • Security Advisory: FreeBSD-SA-16:15.sysarch
    • Security Advisory: FreeBSD-SA-16:14.openssh
    • Security Advisory: FreeBSD-SA-16:13.bind
    • Security Advisory: FreeBSD-SA-16:12.openssl
    • Security Advisory: FreeBSD-SA-16:11.openssl
    • Security Advisory: FreeBSD-SA-16:10.linux
  • FreeBSD Central

    • RT @lattera: Would anyone be interested in an organized #ARM64 hackathon at #BSDCan? Goal would be to get #FreeBSD working on the #RPI3. /CC @zxombie
    • RT @kittenpies3: Spreading the news that BSD isn't just a license, it also has really nice things. this time: SIGINFO. didn't know GNU lacks it.
    • RT @shirkdog: An OS like #FreeBSD is well designed when hardware and software based security extension #CheriBSD and #HardenedBSD work with the base OS.
    • RT @matteomacy: Broadwell / Skylake GPU support on #FreeBSD with the new i915kms Try a memstick image w/ xfce and KDE
    • @mattsiegel @CoolSWEng Reboot home; something went wrong with software update

BSDCon 2000

Monterey (CA – USA) – 14 – 20 ottobre 2000

Un commando del GUFI ha partecipato alla BSDCon 2000, incontrando buona parte dei “mostri sacri” del Core Team di FreeBSD e recandosi in pellegrinaggio nella Silicon Valley… visitando fra l’altro il CED di Hotmail. Non possiamo certo dire che Monterey sia una città meravigliosa, tuttavia il viaggio ha dato buoni frutti!

BSDCon 2000 - I nostri

Da sinistra a destra: Gianluca Sordiglioni, Gianmarco Giovannelli e Stefano Riva

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