Topic: OpenBSD resources

Here are some OpenBSD resources, feel free to contribute with links.
  http://www.openbsd.org/ - The official homepage, manual pages, FAQ etc.
  http://undeadly.org/ - The OpenBSD Journal, news.
  http://www.xs4all.nl/~hanb/documents/topic.html - The /topic on #OpenBSD, lots of good stuff.
  http://www.openbsdsupport.org/ - OpenBSD Users Documentations projects
  https://solarflux.org/pf/ - $pf-r = "packet filter repository"
  http://ports.openbsd.nu/ - Browse ports online etc
  http://www.openbsd101.com/
  http://www.onlamp.com/topics/bsd/OpenBSD
  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenBSD

Non-english:
  http://unixscout.org/ (German)
  http://openbsd.nu/ (Swedish)

Unofficial ports:
  http://uopp.berlios.de/ports/current/uopp/index.html
  http://experimental.bug.it/

Last edited by jage (2007-05-04 23:32:21)

Re: OpenBSD resources

Those two are offline.

http://experimental.bug.it/ has some unofficial ports. They are outdated (OpenBSD 3.1/3.2), but might be useful as a base for creating own ports of those applications.

One can also find several small howtos at http://unixscout.org/ but the site is only German.

Re: OpenBSD resources

http://ports.openbsd.nu is up though smile

Running FreeBSD on amd64 (athlon64 3000+, 512mb RAM, 160gb HD, Asus motherboard, 450w PSU and ATI radeon 9700)

Re: OpenBSD resources

*Links updated*

Re: OpenBSD resources

http://www.wbglinks.net/pages/openbsd/ was mentioned as offline by me, is offline, but still listed.

Re: OpenBSD resources

http://www.onlamp.com/topics/bsd/OpenBSD

They have lots of nice articles and how-to's there.

$ gcc -Wall Kuno.c -o Kuno
Kuno.c: In function 'main':
Kuno.c:5: warning: unused variable 'Life'

Re: OpenBSD resources

Here's a nice link regarding hardening the security on an OpenBSD (or Linux) system. It's a nice write-up, many of the things aren't intuitive for new users.

The author gives you three choices/levels of security: "Everyone should do this," "More cautious people should do this," and "Paranoid."

http://www.cromwell-intl.com/security/l … ening.html