pkgsrc 50th release interviews - Ryo ONODERA


June 08, 2016 posted by Kamil Rytarowski

The pkgsrc team has prepared the 50th release of their package management system, with the 2016Q1 version. It's infrequent event, as the 100th release will be held after 50 quarters.

The NetBSD team has prepared series of interviews with the authors. The next one is with Ryo ONODERA, a Japanese developer maintaining large C++ packages.

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pkgsrc 50th release interviews - Jonathan Perkin


June 07, 2016 posted by Kamil Rytarowski

The pkgsrc team has prepared the 50th release of their package management system, with the 2016Q1 version. It's infrequent event, as the 100th release will be held after 50 quarters.

The NetBSD team has prepared series of interviews with the authors. The next one is with Jonathan Perkin, a developer in the Joyent team.

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pkgsrc 50th release interviews - Benny Siegert


June 06, 2016 posted by Kamil Rytarowski

The pkgsrc team has prepared the 50th release of their package management system, with the 2016Q1 version. It's infrequent event, as the 100th release will be held after 50 quarters.

The NetBSD team has prepared series of interviews with the authors. The next one is with Benny Siegert, a developer active in the release engineering team.

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pkgsrc 50th release interviews - Thomas Klausner


June 02, 2016 posted by Kamil Rytarowski

The pkgsrc team has prepared the 50th release of their package management system, with the 2016Q1 version. It's infrequent event, as the 100th release will be held after 50 quarters.

The NetBSD team has prepared series of interviews with the authors. The 3rd one is with Thomas Klausner, a developer well known for his maintainership of the pkgsrc-wip project.

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pkgsrc 50th release interviews - Sevan Janiyan


June 01, 2016 posted by Kamil Rytarowski

The pkgsrc team has prepared the 50th release of their package management system, with the 2016Q1 version. It's infrequent event, as the 100th release will be held after 50 quarters.

The NetBSD team has prepared series of interviews with the authors. The 2nd one is with Sevan Janiyan, a developer well known for his bulk builds for several platforms.

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64-bit ARM boards received from Rikomagic


September 30, 2015 posted by Martin Husemann

Rikomagic was kind enough to provide engineering samples of their RKM MK68 systems and documentation to a few NetBSD developers to assist in improving the aarch64 port.

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NetBSD on the NVIDIA Jetson TK1


July 25, 2015 posted by Jared McNeill

NetBSD is now running on the NVIDIA Jetson TK1 development kit. The NVIDIA Jetson TK1 is a quad-core ARMv7 development board that features an NVIDIA Tegra K1 (32-bit) SoC (quad-core Cortex-A15 @ 2.3GHz), 2GB RAM, gigabit ethernet, SATA, HDMI, mini-PCIE, and more.

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CI20 status update


June 11, 2015 posted by Michael Lorenz

Some more hardware support has been added including ohci, ethernet and I2C, also all RAM is usable now.
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NetBSD ported to Hardkernel ODROID-C1


March 18, 2015 posted by Jared McNeill

NetBSD was recently ported to the Hardkernel ODROID-C1. The Hardkernel ODROID-C1 is a quad-core ARMv7 development board that features an Amlogic S805 SoC (quad-core Cortex-A5 @ 1.5GHz), 1GB RAM and gigabit ethernet for $35 USD.

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Raspberry PI 2 support added


March 09, 2015 posted by Nick Hudson

Initial support is now available for the Raspberry PI 2.

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CI20 reaches userland


March 07, 2015 posted by Michael Lorenz

My CI20 now makes it to userland, with root and ethernet via USB.
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Raspberry Pi GPU acceleration in NetBSD 7


January 30, 2015 posted by Jared McNeill

With the latest updates to NetBSD 7, the Raspberry Pi port now supports hardware acceleration using the built-in Broadcom VideoCore IV GPU. This enables 3D graphics acceleration and hardware accelerated video playback, a first for NetBSD/arm.

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