Hiring: FreeBSD OS Developer

submited 31 January 2023

Klara Inc. is looking for a FreeBSD Operating System Developer to join their growing team of Open Source Specialists. In this role you will be working as part of a FreeBSD team to design and build new features and fix bugs in FreeBSD. Their team is building new key features for FreeBSD and contributing bug fixes and improvements that make life easier for all users of the operating system. The ideal candidate will have experience working with Open Source Operating Systems projects in either the kernel, user space or ports areas. The ideal candidate also has an interest in team work, and specifically being able to involve and engage with other developers to make changes which lead to the best result for the users. As a FreeBSD OS Developer, you will work directly with their customers to design and implement improvements and enhancements to FreeBSD. In this role you will have the opportunity to build the future of FreeBSD.

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21 March 2023
(Even more) Aggressive randomisation of stack location  

In a late-stage addition prior to the release of OpenBSD 7.3, Mark Kettenis (kettenis@) has committed more aggressive randomisation of the stack location for all 64-bit architectures except alpha.

19 March 2023
FreeBSD 13.2-RC3 Available  

The third RC build for the FreeBSD 13.2 release cycle is now available. ISO images for the amd64, i386, powerpc, powerpc64, powerpc64le, powerpcspe, armv6, armv7, aarch64, and riscv64 architectures are available on most of FreeBSD mirror sites.

OpenBSD Errata: March 16, 2023 (resolv)  

Errata patches for libc resolver have been released for OpenBSD 7.1 and 7.2. Binary updates for the amd64, i386 and arm64 platform are available via the syspatch utility.

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18 March 2023
FreeBSD on a Thinkpad X1 Extreme G2  

In this short blog post, author summarizes their attempts to make FreeBSD work on this laptop.

BSD Now 498: Dropping Privileges  

OpenZFS auditing for storage Performance, Privilege drop; privilege separation; and restricted-service operating mode in OpenBSD, OPNsense 23.1.1 release, Cloning a System with Ansible, FOSDEM 2023, BSDCan 2023 Travel Grants.

FreeBSD History – Understanding the Origins of DTrace  

DTrace is a powerful tool for system administrators to diagnosis system issues without unduly impacting performance. DTrace became part of FreeBSD with the release of FreeBSD 7.1 in 2009—two years before Oracle began porting DTrace, and nine years before Oracle eventually solved the inherent CDDL vs GPL license conflict.

BSD Now 497: Random Relinking SSHD  

How to Catch a Bitcoin Miner, A Call For More Collaboration, zstd updates, hating hackathons, How to monitor multiple log files at once, KeePassXC, sshd random relinking at boot, and more.

14 March 2023
Using Potluck containers to run Matrix Synapse and OpenLDAP on FreeBSD  

A new howto is available showing how to use Pot and Potluck containers to run Matrix Synapse and OpenLDAP on FreeBSD.

After setting up Pot (which is easy in itself), it just takes six commands to download and run e.g. the OpenLDAP container (i.e. jail) including the LDAPAccountManager web interface.

09 March 2023
Initial support for guided disk encryption in the OpenBSD installer  

The OpenBSD installer now has basic support for configuring disk encryption during the regular installation process. Previously, disk encryption needed to be set up manually by dropping to the shell from the installer.

Work with FreeBSD at Google Summer of Code 2023  

The FreeBSD Project is excited to announce that we will again be serving as a mentoring organization in this year’s Google Summer of Code. If you’ve ever wanted to work with FreeBSD, take advantage of this amazing opportunity.

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