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From Linux to NetBSD with SSH only

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Overcome most cloud providers' limitations and use the system of your choice (NetBSD)

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From Linux to NetBSD with SSH only

cloudbsd.xyz CloudBSD.xyz

Overcome most cloud providers' limitations and use the system of your choice (NetBSD)

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From Linux to NetBSD with SSH only

cloudbsd.xyz CloudBSD.xyz

Overcome most cloud providers' limitations and use the system of your choice (NetBSD)

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Little bobby Fortran
  • Ada is good name for girl child

  • What's the best light desktop env to install in a Linux distro?
  • Moksha Desktop environment Bodhi Linux

  • Try out a NetBSD system in 20 seconds (amd64 & arm64)

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    Try out a NetBSD system in 20 seconds (amd64 & arm64)

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    Free and Open Source Software–and Other Market Failures

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    Free and Open Source Software–and Other Market Failures

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    Free and Open Source Software–and Other Market Failures

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    Opportunity to push/promote Ada coming soon

    forum.ada-lang.io Opportunity to push/promote Ada coming soon (Can this be pinned?)

    Hi, There is a good chance to push and promote Ada in the area of game development coming up, but is SDL specific. The official SDL Discord (SDL Enthusiasts) are having a Game jam if anyone wants to enter. You must use SDL1, 2 or 3 (no other drawing libs allowed apparently, so no gl, vulkan, meta...

    Opportunity to push/promote Ada coming soon (Can this be pinned?)
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    How to get started hacking NetBSD By: Taylor Campbell

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    How to get started hacking NetBSD By: Taylor Campbell

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    Making NetBSD as a fast(er) booting microvm By: Emile Heitor

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    Alamosa: A Tiered Disk Block Cache for NetBSD By: Kira Ash

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    from Irvise: The deadline has already passed by a long shot, but it seems that one can still do so. Also, do not forget to share it with other (Ada) programmers!

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    arstechnica.com 40 years later, X Window System is far more relevant than anyone could guess

    One astrophysics professor's memories of writing X11 code in the 1980s.

    40 years later, X Window System is far more relevant than anyone could guess
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    www.unitedbsd.com Streaming Netflix on NetBSD

    I don't give up that easily ? ... Here's a step-by-step guide that allows streaming Netflix media on NetBSD using a intel-haxm accelarated QEMU vm. Heads-up...

    Streaming Netflix on NetBSD
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    Let's Try BSD, Part 1 of 7: Introduction (FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFlyBSD)
  • Sorry for my wording. What I meant was While BSD and Linux are not dependent on each other, they do share a common Unix heritage and have influenced each other over the years.

  • Announce: Xorg testing ground v0.0.2 -- adding FreeBSD and NetBSD support

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    Announce: Xorg testing ground v0.0.2 -- adding FreeBSD and NetBSD support

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    Let's Try BSD, Part 1 of 7: Introduction (FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFlyBSD)
  • Look if you go to Windows community which is not similar to Linux/Unix like system it's bad on you. But BSDs and Linux are very similar in design philosophy and are dependent on each other. While windows is different thing of its own.

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    Let's Try BSD, Part 1 of 7: Introduction (FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFlyBSD)
  • Also there is podmon (testing version), https://wiki.freebsd.org/bhyve & https://bastillebsd.org/

    NetBSD prefers qemu as far as I know.

  • Let's Try BSD, Part 1 of 7: Introduction (FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFlyBSD)
  • That's why I shared here. Because BSD community already running BSD :)

  • Let's Try BSD, Part 1 of 7: Introduction (FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFlyBSD)
  • Agreed and FreeBSD keeps getting better at each upgrade.

  • Let's Try BSD, Part 1 of 7: Introduction (FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFlyBSD)

    lowendbox.com Let’s Try BSD, Part 1 of 7: Introduction (FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFlyBSD) - LowEndBox

    In this series, I'll be trying out each of the four major BSD operating systems (FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, and DragonFlyBSD), including install, configuration, and web serving. We're paying a visit to the weird cousins from the other continent, and we'll have some fun exploring the OTHER free opera...

    Let’s Try BSD, Part 1 of 7: Introduction (FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFlyBSD) - LowEndBox
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    NetBSD 10 on a Pinebook Pro laptop
  • NetBSD needs more users :)

  • Favourite DE
  • Moksha DE is also good one. Budgie feels more bettter for new users than Cinnamon

  • Looking for a distro to dual boot with Win 11
  • LMDE or Elementary OS

  • [closed] im gonna build a desktop application(daw). i need advice/opinion
  • Raylib sounds great. I would avoid gtk/qt. Enlightenment library also there but might not have zig bindings.

  • Systemd Looks to Replace sudo with run0
  • SystemD looks to replace Linux kernel with kern0

  • Finally made the move
  • Fedora Kde version is better