FreeBSD Really-Quick(TM) NewsLetter: Volume #1 Issue #2 July 1998
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FreeBSD Really-Quick(TM) NewsLetter.
Things Happening in FreeBSD.
Volume #1 Issue #2
Attention CVSup users and mirror site administrators. If you have not
already done so, you need to upgrade to release 15.4 of CVSup.
CVSup is available from <ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/CVSup/>
Download the Published FreeBSD News Letter Volume #2:
ipltd - IP traffic bandwidth shaping/limiting daemon.
You can find it in ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/incoming/ipltd_v2.01.tgz
Check your local University Bookstore, most have patron
request/suggestion cards that allow you to suggest books they
should carry. Suggest Greg Lehey's latest book.
"The Complete FreeBSD", second edition,
published by Walnut Creek CDROM. ISBN 1-57176-216-7
Fill out the Free-Software Survey.
FreeBSD in Hollywood
Check out these FreeBSD/Apache run web sites:
www.volcano.com www.romeoandjuliet.com www.speed2-cruisecontrol.com
These are run by www.gisolutions.com
Have you seen this article on FreeBSD Security
Experimental Authentication and Authorization
Token Management Extensions in the FreeBSD Kernel
FreeBSD Desktop Contest!
http://www.freebsd.org/~xcontest Win Fabulous Prizes!
Coda distributed file system version 4.6.0 now available
Coda is an advanced experimental distributed file system with features
such as server replication and disconnected operation for laptops
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-Chris Coleman <chrisc at vmunix.com>
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