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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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Michael Lucas explains how to enhance your palmtop experience with NFS support, so you can build and install software. [Onlamp.com]
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Random Site Quote: Michael Lucas explains how to enhance your palmtop experience with NFS support, so you can build and install software.
and improved our search! Search for all things LAMP across O'Reilly! Expanding Small NetBSD Systems In the previous article, we . Anyone who has worked with any BSD knows that the base operating system doesn't include many programs that most people use in day-to-day work. Unless you only need

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Michael Lucas demonstrates how to compile and install NetBSD on an ARM-based palmtop. [Onlamp.com]
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Random Site Quote: Michael Lucas demonstrates how to compile and install NetBSD on an ARM-based palmtop.
and improved our search! Search for all things LAMP across O'Reilly! In my previous article, I discussed on your system. Today, we take things a little further and use NetBSD's cross-building abilities as a tool to install it on a rather unusual platform — specifically, the HP Jornada 728

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Michael Lucas demonstrates how to follow the development branch of NetBSD [Onlamp.com]
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Random Site Quote: Michael Lucas demonstrates how to write a systrace policy from scratch or to edit an existing one.
and improved our search! Search for all things LAMP across O'Reilly! Staying Current with NetBSD NetBSD is famous for its multi-platform architecture; it runs on everything from ancient VAXes to modern i386 and Sun servers. In this article we're going to upgrade a NetBSD system from the 1.6

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An article by Michael Lucas. Turn a stock NetBSD installation into a usable machine. Includes basic configuration and installation of important software packages. [Onlamp.com]
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Random Site Quote: Turn a stock NetBSD installation into a usable machine. Includes basic configuration and installation of important software packages.
and improved our search! Search for all things LAMP across O'Reilly! NetBSD for the FreeBSD User: Customizations , I installed NetBSD on a rather decrepit Alpha Multia. I finished in single-user mode, at the familiar " enter path for shell, or RETURN for /bin/sh: " message. Typing exit

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Article by Michael Lucas. A walk through of a NetBSD install by an experienced FreeBSD user. [Onlamp.com]
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and improved our search! Search for all things LAMP across O'Reilly! NetBSD for the FreeBSD User In the first installment of our new Big Scary Daemons column, Michael Lucas, a FreeBSD user, gives us a walk through of a NetBSD install. I recently came into a pile of elderly hardware, including a

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