- (125) ZFS and GPL terror: How much freedom is there in Linux?
- (126) ARM’d and dangerous: FreeBSD on Cavium ThunderX (aarch64)
- (127) Rusted ravens: Ravenports march 2019 status update
- (128) Thoughts on being a “power user” (1/3)
- (129) ARM’d and dangerous pt. 2: FreeBSD on the Pinebook (aarch64)
- (130) Testing OmniOSce on real hardware
- (131) Summer Sun and microsystems
Linux is playing the bully against non-GPL free software – on purpose. What’s going on here in the Open Source movement?
After finally getting my hands on server-class ARM hardware, I try out running FreeBSD on it. I encounter a lot of problems but at least get it working at all.
Ravenports news: macOS platform on halt, new default compiler version, Rust finally being available, improved ravenadm, and multiple SSL libraries can be installed at the same time.
What is a power user and what are some of the basics to consider? This post is about some of the basics such as touch typing and optimized keyboard layouts, input devices and using a multi-monitor setup.
In this post I present my new ARM64-based PineBook laptop and discuss how well FreeBSD currently runs on it.
OmniOS Community Edition is an illumos distribution. I’ve written about this little gem before, by testing it in a VM. Now it’s time for an installation on real hardware.
This article is a summary of the hotter topics that I still have on my ever-growing list of things to blog about.