OpenVOX

The OpenBSD 3.0 – 4.0 songs are available on an Audio CD celebrating 10 years of OpenBSD releases. An extra track by the artist Ty Semaka (who really has “had Puffy on his mind”) is included which details the process of making the art and music each release.

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OpenBSD creator wants users to pressure Intel on open source policies

OpenBSD founder Theo de Raadt has written an open letter to the open source software community requesting that users assist in pressuring Intel to provide documentation and change the distribution policies for certain components of its wireless drivers.

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The ultrasecure free Unix OS: OpenBSD

OpenBSD is quite possibly the most secure operating system on the planet. Every step of the development process focuses on building a secure, open, and free platform. UNIX┬« and Linux┬« administrators take note: Without realizing it, you probably use tools ported from OpenBSD every day. Maybe it’s time to give the whole operating system a closer look.

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OpenBSD 3.9 Ready for Testing

The OpenBSD 3.9 tree has been locked and snapshots are ready for testing. This means OpenBSD 3.9 Release is just around the corner – on time as always.

See a list of improvements since OpenBSD 3.8
Read the announcement at undeadly.org

Purchase books, t-shirts, CDs and posters to support the project at the OpenBSD store.

New OpenBSD Live CD: OliveBSD

Following on the heels of the release last month of Anonym.OS, there is a new kid on the OpenBSD live CD block, OliveBSD. OliveBSD is a LiveCD based on OpenBSD 3.8 and put together by Gabriel Paderni, who made use of the “Building an OpenBSD Live CD” article by Kevin Lo.

The OliveBSD Project

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