Another year of blogging comes to an end. It has been quite full of *BSD stuff so that I'd even say: Regarding this blog it has been a BSD year. This was not actually planned but isn't a real surprise, either. I've not given up on Linux (which I use on a daily basis as … Continue reading Top things that I missed in 2015
Just as promised, this post will deal with ArchHurd a project aiming to bring what makes ArchLinux great to another kernel: GNUMach/GNUHurd. edit: Sorry for making this long finished article public so late (same for the next one)... WordPress was giving me a hard time with my screenshots for some reason. But now I got … Continue reading Taking a look at ArchHurd
Today we'll deal with Arch Linux's principles transferred to other operating systems. The Arch Way Arch Linux's slogan is: A simple, lightweight distribution. There are many people who want an operating system which truly fits their needs - and nothing else. Arch is usually a good choice for them due to its light-weight core system … Continue reading BSD, HURD and Arch?
Yes, I know. I said that I'd play with a new version of the DDD when I wrote the previous entry. Well, I did. Actually I made some nice progress on it, too. However there's one little issue which ruined the whole thing for me: A new version of the tool which I use to … Continue reading A look beyond the Linux teacup – Unix-likes