New issue of BSD Magazine, Infinity, Freedom, FreeBSD, is now in stores. Inside you will find:
- Keeping FreeBSD Up-To-Date: OS Essentials – An important system administration task, and a principle of running a defensible network, is keeping operating systems and applications up-to-date. Richard Bejtlich presents multiple ways to do that.
- Is NetBSD ready for a desktop? – In this article Petr Topiarz is focusing on the usability of the NetBSD as a desktop. He shows what NetBSD can do today and whether it is mature enough to challenge PC-BSD or Linux. If you want to know, start reading!
- Tips and Tricks from BSD guru Dru Lavigne
- The column from Brian D’Arcangelo – Year 40 of the Unix epoch begins
- Using BSD for your Studies
- The FreeBSD Chatterbox
- Encrypting the FreeBSD root file system
- Setting up PC-BSD as a server
- How to Build a Scalable Search Engine
- FreeBSD on the SheevaPlug
- Email server in FreeBSD
- Monitoring OpenBSD with Symon
- BSD as the Platform for Connecting Strategy to Operations Through a
Data Concourse Service
- Living The PC-BSD Lifestyle
- How to Rename Ethernet Interfaces Under FreeBSD
Also, you can now download several previous issue for free at www.bsdmag.org
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