Dr. Dobbs' Journal: A Roundtable on BSD, Security, and Quality
Jan 07, 2001, 21:30 (20 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jack J. Woehr)
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"...DDJ: What's the main difference between BSD
"WL: The strong central source repository. You
know what you're building. With Linux, "You need this, and you
need this, and get this somewhere else, and today we just
discovered that you need these twelve patches." There's no way to
keep up with that. It's crazy-making."
"With the BSDs, you synchronize to the sources, "make world" or
"make build", and you know exactly what's running on your machine.
From a security point of view, that's good."
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- BSD Today: Interview with BSDi on proactive BSD/OS security(Dec 13, 2000)
- Slashdot: Interview with Theo de Raadt [of OpenBSD](Dec 11, 2000)
- Dr. Dobbs: The Future of OpenBSD: A Conversation with Theo de Raadt
(Dec 09, 2000)
- ZDNet: Why I use OpenBSD(Dec 04, 2000)
- Upside: BSD community learns to get along
(Dec 01, 2000)
- ZDNet: BSD to leapfrog Linux?(Nov 29, 2000)
- MacWeek.com: Is Darwin getting due respect?
(Nov 26, 2000)
- Tucows BSD News: BSD gets political(Oct 21, 2000)
- RootPrompt.org: Sniping at OpenBSD(Oct 09, 2000)