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Wow, after 25 years of Unix experience, I learned that you can filter output in .

Press ampersand (&) and enter a regex to show only lines matching the regex.

Press ampersand (&) and then exclamation mark (!) to apply an inverse filter.

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I wrote all my experience with getting running on the Pro down. Feel free to comment, help out, etc

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So, whoami

I am working for a large German hoster/telco and heading a security team there. A fine team of skilled dudes.

I got into Linux at school (mid 90ies) and immediately loved it. My first was 2.5 and I run that for a while. Over the years I experimented with and finally stuck at where I am also a committer.

Nowadays, my business systems have to run Linux while all my personal devices run . Our wireless support In Dfly sucks :/

Yesterday, the OpenBSD webzine celebrated its first year! 🥳

I eat fish with

I have found some pixel art on an old folder and wanted to share it, because it is beautiful. No idea who did this, I think I might have saved it from tumblr or so some years ago.

The image in this post displays its own MD5 hash.

You can download and hash it yourself, and it should still match - 1337e2ef42b9bee8de06a4d223a51337

I think this is the first PNG/MD5 hashquine.

So this, to me, is really funny.

The Minnesota House of Representatives ( and the Minnesota State Senate (, both U.S.A. one would imagine, have selected .MN as the ccTLD of choice.

As most people outside Minnesota are sure to realize, the .MN does not stand for Minnesota: it's the ccTLD of

(Tounge in cheek: they could have at least chosen something under ...)

Following the advice for Alpine Linux, I moved my #Docker containers to #OpenBSD.
If interested, story sum’up is available here

Excited by Scott Cheloha & Robert Nagy's effort to make TSC timecounter actually work on more machines (AMD/EPYC) before the #OpenBSD 7.2 release. :flan_aww::flan_thumbs:

Also I feel like people don't appreciate the usertc mechanism that Paul Irofti implemented in 2020 to make clock_gettime(2)/gettimeofday(2) fast, safely, without an executable vDSO. Paul's OpenBSD implementation uses ELF auxiliary vectors instead.

September maintenance releases of BIND are available and can be downloaded from the ISC software download page,

In addition to bug fixes and feature improvements, these releases also contain a fix for security vulnerability, CVE-2022-2795, CVE-2022-2881,
CVE-2022-2906, CVE-2022-3080, CVE-2022-38177, CVE-2022-38178

Getting a lot of straight-up twitter crossposts boosted onto my timeline these days. I don’t approve - if I wanted twitter I’d be on twitter

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