Initial integration of the FreeBSD
ports system. Version, Release
date, Supported until, Significant changes. The following table presents a version release history for the
OpenBSD operating system. Legend: Old version, Older version, still supported,
Current stable version, Latest preview version, Future release.
N’ laws n’ bureaucratic nerds. You’re full o’ beans n’ killin’ my town
and if you’s all don’t shut er down
I’ll hang a lickin’ on every one
of you sons o’ bitchin’ greedy scum. So he took him down in a cloud of blood
Said “The Mayor’s learnd, he’s done been mean”
So they did it right and the water went clean. Who are they protecting. OpenBSD was the first operating system to integrate a packet filter, and it was the ipf codebase from Darren Reed that we chose. Then he bottled it up and he labeled it “Mine”
They opened n’ poured, but they ran outta time. I’m sick and tired of these goldarn words. ”
So he rolled up-gulch till he hit the lake
Of Apache fish, they was on the take
They’d built a dam that was made of rules
Now Puff was pissed and he lost his cool. “No freeze, no boil, no frolicking young”
Puff took him aside, said “this is wrong”
Then he found the Mayor was addin’ the crud. ”
“The water’s fine on the Open range”
And he passed a law that it couldn’t change. Fish started flippin’ and floppin’ about
Yellin’ “Mercy Puff.
Well he rode from the ocean far upstream
Nuthin’ to his name but a code and a dream
Lookin’ for the legendary inland sea
Where the water was deep n’ clean n’ free
But the town he found had suffered a blow
Fish were dying, cause the water was low
Fat cat fish name o’ Diamond Dawes
Plugged the stream with copyright laws
He said my water’s good n’ my water’s free
So Pond-erosa, you gonna thank me. The Apache group started from the humble beginnings of just being ‘a patchy’ set of changes to a completely free web server of dubious quality. “this is the mark of too much pride”
Tied him to a horse, set the tail on fire
Slapped er on the ass and the water went higher. Pond-erosa Puff
wouldn’t take no guff
Water oughta be clean and free
So he fought the fight
and he set things right
With his OpenBSD
Well things were good fer a spell in town
But then one day, dang water turned brown
Comin’ to the rescue, Mayor Reed
He said, “This here filter’s all ya’ll need”
But it didn’t take long ‘fore the filter plugged
Full of mud, n’ crud, n’ bugs
Folks said “gotta be a gooder way”
Mayor said “Hell No. So we deleted ipf, and our new packet filter far exceeds the capabilities of the one he wrote. Never piss on another man’s boot. So he blew the dam, an’ he let ‘er haul
Cause water oughta be free for all. So Puff made a brand and he tanned his hide
Said. And other projects are switching too. But a few years later he told us that we were not free to make changes to the code. Released under a license so entangled in legalese that we have absolutely no doubt that there are encumbrances hidden within. I’ll hang a lickin’ on ya. CHORUS
So once agin’ it was right, but then
The lake went dry, she was gone again. CHORUS
That’s right. So here’s a goodbye to those three groups, and a warning to any others who will follow them: Make your stuff non-free, and something else will replace it. It’s a doggone drought. But the years have changed them, and what they supply is now quite non-free.
13 version released 16-Jan-2006 A new feature has been added to this new version. This new feature will help to detect system services that by any reason they turned down and it will help in the task of any system administrator. I recommend to install this fixed version. From now Monitorix will warn about all the selected ports that they are down or stopped, with a red color background in the image of the affected ports.
I pondered our recent efforts to fix random functions via standards bodies, and considered the real possibility of my being harmed by the failure of an embedded 32 bit linux device in 2038, and then this this song just wrote itself in about 10 minutes. This time, once Theo put the bug in my ear, it didn’t take me very long.
Due to some HSRP flaws fixed by VRRP and for compatibility with the (HSRP-licensed) VRRP implementations of their competitors, Cisco in recent times has largely abandoned HSRP and now relies on VRRP instead — a protocol designed for and by the community, but for which they claim patent rights.
There is no great “intellectual property” in this stuff, it is all rather simple primitives. This is all that we need to implement basic RAID management: SCSI transactions on the back-side busses Discovering which drives are in which volumes Being able to silence the buzzer Marking a new drive as a Hot-Spare.
64-biters Linux-programmer støttes ikke. Dette gjør at mange Linux-programmer kan kjøres på FreeBSD i binær form. Helt problemfritt er det ikke; noen programmer fungerer bare delvis eller ikke i det hele tatt på FreeBSD, dette fordi Linux-kompabilitetslageret i FreeBSD kun støtter systemkall i den utdaterte Linux 2. 0 har FreeBSD hatt støtte for systemkall i Linux versjon 2. Noen av disse programmene har også egne, “ekte” (engelsk: “native”), utgaver for FreeBSD. De aller fleste programmene som kan kjøres på Linux, kan også kjøres på FreeBSD uten behov for å installere et eget “kompabilitetslager”. Eksempler på slike programmer er StarOffice, Linux-utgaven av Firefox (det finnes en egen “ekte” FreeBSD-utgave av Firefox), Linux-utgavene av Adobe Acrobat, RealPlayer, Oracle, Mathematica, Maple, MATLAB, WordPerfect, Skype, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, Doom 3 og Quake 4. Likevel tilbyr FreeBSD et slikt kompabilitetslager for flere andre UNIX-liknende-operativsystemer, blant annet Linux.
FreeBSD has announced that the off-by-one stack- buffer-overflow vulnerability is present in their libc. Also, some applications may implement their own version of ‘realpath()’. These applications would require their own patches. The ‘realpath()’ function is a C-library procedure to resolve the canonical, absolute pathname of a file based on a path that may contain values such as ‘/’, ‘. A vulnerability that was reported to affect the implementation of ‘realpath()’ in WU-FTPD has lead to the discovery that at least one implementation of the C library is also vulnerable. FreeBSD has published a large list of applications that use ‘realpath()’. Reportedly, this vulnerability has been successfully exploited against WU-FTPD to execute arbitrary instructions. Other systems are also likely vulnerable. Administrators of FreeBSD and other systems are urged to review it. NOTE: Patching the C library alone may not remove all instances of this vulnerability. /’, or symbolic links. Statically linked programs may need to be rebuilt with a patched version of the C library. For more information, see the advisory ‘FreeBSD-SA-03:08.
[BUGFIX] Set the sample timestamp in date-related PromQL functions. Fabxc released this 5 days ago · 55 commits to master since this release.
Monitorix added to FreeBSD ports 24-Aug-2010 Since 18 August, Monitorix is now officialy in the FreeBSD ports mainly thanks to the initial work by Michael Brune and to the rest of people who helped to complete the process. 0 will maintain the two modes (text and graph) in order to continue its commitment with those blind people or people with vision impairments that use Screenreaders software to interact with the computer. The new Monitorix 2.
1 version released 13-Nov-2015 This is a maintenance release that mainly fixes a Document Object Model (DOM)-based cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the monitorix. Such vulnerability is by injection a JS code in the when parameter of the URL shown after generating the graphs. NOTICE: The configuration file monitorix. Conf has been extended with important changes. Additionally, a potential denial of service (DoS) issue was discovered in the same when parameter of the URL which could lead in the creation of an enormous amount of. Png files in the imgs directory of the server.
2 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. 2 version released 04-Jul-2006 This is a special maintenance version that fixes a couple of issues that were detected in the most recent versions.