- support for xonly code
- new security innovation pinsyscall(2)
- sshd dynamic relinking
- full disk encryption handled by the installer
- OpenBSD 7.3 will be out soon
I suppose most of OpenBSD users know about the command
top, but do you know about
command gives a lot of information about the system, and is a
terminal user interface (TUI) that allows changing views for different
information. Running it as root will give you more information you may not
have as a simple user, like PF queueing or PF realtime statistics. It's
a must-have for any OpenBSD administrator that would like to know more
about the current system status.
Still late as usual, I would like to elaborate more on this. First, I never really figured a way to know when it's time to release an issue: I prefer waiting for a lot of material to put in, to make a beffy issue rather than scheduled issues without much content. Second, writing the issue alone is taking time, usually a couple of hours to put everything together and proofread, and the way the webzine is done isn't helping much. The other Webzine I started for NixOS is much easier to maintain, but also lacks some soul as it's mostly generated from a template fed of links and titles, it suits NixOS style but not OpenBSD in my opinion. Now I started a patreon, I'll maintain the webzine more seriously.
In addition, I would like to congratulate the OpenBSD community for being so vibrant, with a deep culture of self-hosting and diversity. While writing this issue, I noticed most new ports were not GitHub projects, and that most links were about self-hosting services. Hurray! You are an awesome community to interact with.
Solène Rapenne. Artwork by Prahou. Many thanks to everyone involved and supportive of the idea