La virtualisation de machine virtuelle sous OpenBSD est officiellement disponible nativement dans le système de base depuis OpenBSD 5.9. Néanmoins, la FAQ Virtualisation (EN, FR) apparaît à partir d'OpenBSD 6.4 - (preuve d'une certaine maturité !?)
I frequent the #openbsd IRC channel in order to help people. A question commonly asked is how to automatically lock your machine when putting it to sleep with zzz(1). I answered this question in a previous article (which was actually written four years ago; time flies!) but it was written in French, so here's a new one, also covering additional related topics.
Nous allons voir dans cette article comment mettre en place de la haute disponibilité sur pare-feu en utilisant CARP et pfsync. Ensuite nous relierons deux sites par un tunnel GRE chiffré en IPSEC. Ce tutoriel est réalisé sous Virtualbox.
I recently tried out OpenBSD as a possible answer to recent Linux engineering. I thought I’d share my notes here on my results, from a beginner’s and Linux user’s perspective. (I tried FreeBSD briefly before as well.) If you’ve used OpenBSD more extensively on the desktop, your feedback on any of this is welcome too – I’d like to know what you think of my opinions, you being a longer-term user.
If you run a Secure Shell login service anywhere which is accessible from the Internet, I'm sure you've seen things like these in your authentication logs:
Sep 26 03:12:34 skapet sshd: Failed password for root from
This mail archive is the complete (as far as I know) communication
between myself and the NetBSD core between December 15 (when they
removed all my NetBSD access) and the day OpenBSD was formed. It
actually goes a little further beyond that time, and includes mail
from a few other people involved in the negotiations.
I am a regular Linux system user. In Linux (especially CentOS), I am used to applying updates a few times a week using yum command, but how do I do that on my OpenBSD severer? How do I apply updates on OpenBSD operating system?
I've been using OpenBSD since way back at release 2.3 in 1998, so I've gone through upgrades that took a fair amount of work due to incompatible changes, like the switch from ipf to pf for host firewalling or the change to ELF binaries.
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