So, whoami #introduction
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 #BSD was #OpenBSD 2.5 and I run that for a while. Over the years I experimented with #FreeBSD and finally stuck at #DragonFlyBSD where I am also a committer.
Nowadays, my business systems have to run Linux while all my personal devices run #OpenBSD. Our wireless support In Dfly sucks :/
Biete immer noch ein Bett in einem Doppelzimmer zur #GPN19 an, bitte den Tröt oben noch mal boosten.
I am sure I have a good backup concept, however, his presentation gave me some good hints how to improve it!
Boom! amdgpu drm drivers! Tremendous work by jsg@ and kettenis@, work that was sponsored by #OpenBSD Foundation!
Now in -current (but currently disabled in GENERIC)
Mesa radeonsi was enabled back in March, in case you missed it!
Entertaining read about the "Dark side of #GNU"
Auf der #GPN19 darf ich offenbar „Emoji, wie funktionieren die eigentlich?“ zum Besten geben. Ich bin gespannt. :-)
Neat, changing this BIOS switch also made my Creative Bluetooth Audio bridge work.
It shows up as uaudio0 and I now have working Bluetooth sound with #OpenBSD
He #OpenBSD folks. Just noticed that my Logitech R400 wireless presenter doesn't work.
Any recommendations for a presenter that works OOTB? What do you use for presentations?
Wow the comments on https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/pull/10629 are awful. The entitlement is spectacular. These people do realise that Mastodon is Eugen’s project to with as he sees fit. Don’t like it? Fork and patch it, build your own, or run an alternative. That’s the benefit of open source and ActivityPub.
Just noticed that Philipp Buehler's presentation about #OpenBSD's vmm and packer is written in roff.
I am impressed. Maybe I should have used roff instead of revealjs for my next presentation...
Jan Klemkow (jan@)'s talk just started
"OpenBSD network booted Workstations - How to fearlessly introduce OpenBSD on your company Workstations"
Philip (guenther@) just committed the necessary mitigation for Intel's Microarchitectural Data Sampling vulnerability to #OpenBSD -current. Once again worth noting that OpenBSD disabled SMT by default in 6.4.
Slides for my #BSDCan 2019 talk "Building an accessible #OpenBSD laptop" are up: https://www.openbsd.org/papers/bsdcan2019-accessible-openbsd-laptop.pdf
OpenBSD user ● DragonFly BSD committer (retired) ● Security dude ● CCC
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