Home > NetBSD > Random NetBSD News Random NetBSD News Eugenia Loli 2005-02-15 NetBSD 9 Comments Here’s a bunch of NetBSD and related news floating around. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 9 Comments 2005-02-16 12:08 am Anonymous That was a random peice of OSNews 2005-02-16 2:26 am Anonymous netbsd.good. 2005-02-16 3:13 am Anonymous NetBSD = VERY good 2005-02-16 3:35 am Anonymous they’re mailling list has also been heating up lately 2005-02-16 7:35 am Anonymous > Here’s a bunch of NetBSD and related news that I haven’t > see on DaemonNews that people may be interested in News stopped at October 2004. It’s a shame, it was a good bsd journal to read. feyrer’s blog is good to see what’s new in the netbsd world. 2005-02-16 8:43 am Anonymous feyrer’s netbsd log is at http://rfhs8012.fh-regensburg.de/~feyrer/NetBSD/blog.html 2005-02-16 8:55 am Anonymous pkgselect: a pkgsrc curses user interface “iMil” has posted a first version of his “pkgselect” tool, which offers a curses interface to navigate through pkgsrc, show installed packages and information on them, and allows easy installation and deinstallation. Very promising! Haven’t tried this one but IMO such frontend would be more useful for managing binary packages, perhaps with the option to choose from which pkgsrc branch you want to grab the packages. Still, tools like this make NetBSD easier for newcomers. 🙂 2005-02-16 1:57 pm Anonymous >> Here’s a bunch of NetBSD and related news that I haven’t >> see on DaemonNews that people may be interested in >News stopped at October 2004. >It’s a shame, it was a good bsd journal to read. >feyrer’s blog is good to see what’s new in the netbsd world. Only the ezine at http://www.daemonnews.org/ hasn’t published. The daily news at http://daily.daemonnews.org/ or http://bsdnews.com/ is still publishing regularly. 2005-02-16 9:31 pm Anonymous Anybody know how to edit GRUB on an already existing Linux system to dual boot NetBSD? Just thought I’d ask.