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The Top Ten OpenBSD Songs: "Goldflipper", "Pond-erosa Puff", and More!

For over 20 years, new versions of the OpenBSD operating system have been accompanied by new and free music.  These songs are surprisingly good and are a fun part of the project. These are our top ten favorites. What about you?

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The Top Ten OpenBSD Songs:

How to Change an OpenBSD Server's Hostname Thoroughly

I made this quick tutorial so you don't have to remember the steps and can just google for it.

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How to Change an OpenBSD Server's Hostname Thoroughly

OpenBSD 7.2 is Out!

One diff, two OKs, commit, blowfish.

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OpenBSD 7.2 is Out!

OpenSSH Suffered a "Near Miss" But is Now Post-Quantum

According to the change log, OpenSSH 9.0 suffered a "near miss" - a potential vulnerability that was found and fixed before anyone could attempt to exploit it: "Near miss in sshd(8): fix an integer ov...

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OpenSSH Suffered a

OpenBSD 7.1 Released!

OpenBSD 7.1 has been released! For those unfamiliar with this OS, OpenBSD was forked from NetBSD in 1995.  In the BSD landscape, FreeBSD is the 800 pound gorilla, and OpenBSD is more of a niche OS foc...

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OpenBSD 7.1 Released!

OpenBSD 7.0 Released

The OpenBSD project announced the release of OpenBSD 7.0 today. This is the 51st release of the operating system. Major new features in this release include: Support for a new riscv64 platform, which...

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OpenBSD 7.0 Released

LowEndBoxTV: Ranking the VPS Operating System Choices into Tiers!

Which Linux distros and operating systems we use on our cheap VPSes are Legend, which are Hipster Only, and which are Get Outta Here? We sort Alma, Alpine, Arch, CentOS (classic and stream), Debian, F...

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LowEndBoxTV: Ranking the VPS Operating System Choices into Tiers!

Puffy vs. Penguin: Getting Started With OpenBSD

In this tutorial, we're going to get up and running with OpenBSD on a KVM VPS. What is OpenBSD OpenBSD is one of the three primary BSD-based operating systems. While FreeBSD focuses on x86 architectur...

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Puffy vs. Penguin: Getting Started With OpenBSD

Top Ten Things That Should Be In Your Dot Files

"Dot files" are Unix configuration files that live in your home directory.  They're often used to store user-specific choices and preferences.  For example: .bash_profile is executed whenever you logi...

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Top Ten Things That Should Be In Your Dot Files

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