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A journal of Jeremy Reed's experiences with NetBSD.
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Random Site Quote: I merged in my two journals -- unix and open source experience with my NetBSD diary. And I have an RSS feed. The journal (including old entries) is now at Fri, 06 Feb 2009 16:33:53 -0500 I am about to teach a lecture using an Impress presentation, but viewing in Openoffice.org 2 looked bad
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PEACE is a set of programs to run Win32 apps on NetBSD/i386.
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Random Site Quote: 3/Jul/2006: NetBSD pkgsrc for PEACE has been updated to 20060701 snapshot Jun/2006: Support for X.org and Freetype 2.2 PEACE is a set of programs to run Win32 apps on NetBSD/i386 (and other ports in the future?) box. How does it differ from other Win32 emulators? PEACE is `Win32-compatible
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Pkgsrc-wip (work in progress) is a project to get more people actively involved with creating packages for pkgsrc, a portable packaging system coming from NetBSD.
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Random Site Quote: pkgsrc-wip (work in progress) is a people actively involved with creating packages for , a portable packaging system default packaging system for NetBSD and DragonFly and was also ported to many additional operating systems, including Solaris, Linux, Darwin, FreeBSD, You can get an overview of
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Why he uses NetBSD, advantages and disadvantages of the OS vs. other OS's, and a number of useful how-to's on NetBSD.
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Random Site Quote: Benedikt Meurer's NetBSD page
During the last years, I used to install a lot of different operating systems, looking for the system that fits best to my needs. For example, I tried Microsoft Windows NT (3.51, 4.0 and 5.0 and had a quick look at 5.1), several Linux distributions (e.g. SuSE Linux , RedHat Linux , Debian

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This paper by Gregory McGarry presents a suite of benchmarks and results for comparing the performance of these operating systems. The benchmarks target core operating system functionality, server scalability and thread implementation.
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Random Site Quote: This article is all from Gregory, I'm only providing Benchmark Comparison of NetBSD 2.0 and FreeBSD 5.3 With the recent releases of NetBSD 2.0 and FreeBSD 5.3 operating system, many new and exciting features have been implemented. Both criticism and commendation on performance, reliability and
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A paper by Alistair Crooks about a more flexible infrastructure for third-party software. Later implemented in NetBSD's pkgsrc. [EuroBSDCon]
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Documentation and history of the RAIDframe project in NetBSD. Includes an up to date change log, and a FAQ.
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Random Site Quote: (written and maintained by Greg Oster <oster@cs.usask.ca> ) framework for rapid prototyping of RAID structures. RAIDframe was developed by the folks at the Parallel Data Laboratory at Carnegie Mellon
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Information related to running NetBSD on a mac68k. Contains specifics on using a variety of special hardware and some mac68k-centric aspects of NetBSD.
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Random Site Quote: Yes! NetBSD/mac68k is entirely free, and although UNIX is a trademark of X/Open, NetBSD looks and acts an awful lot like what they call UNIX. It runs on a number of older macs. This web site is meant to supplement If you wish to help with the NetBSD project, please get involved! It can be very
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A very in-depth tutorial on tuning NetBSD VM behaviour.
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Random Site Quote: Tuning NetBSD VM behaviour (swap usage) This document grew out of need to understand and control memory management of a NetBSD-current system. I am not a NetBSD developer, nor can I claim any sort of understanding of the system. I have tried to find the relevant information regarding the issues
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A paper by Jan Schaumann describing how NetBSD can effectively be used on the desktop. [EuroBSDCon]
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