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[20151017] The people behind NetBSD - Seven Interviews for NetBSD 7.0
Surrounding the release of NetBSD 7.0, polish BSD news site Sektor BSD has published a number of interviews with NetBSD developers. Now that the release-dust has settled a bit, here is a list of all the interviews to learn more about the people bringing NetBSD 7.0 to you, in no particular order:

All developers have their unique background, and are working passionately on their own specific areas. As free, non-commercial Open Source project, NetBSD always depends on individuals devoting their time for the cause. It is this devotion and enthusiasm that makes NetBSD - and all of Open Source, really - such a great thing.

If you feel like getting involved, run NetBSD, subscribe to our mailing lists to become part of our community, and have a look at our projects page. Particular areas that are always welcome for contributions are code and documentation, but there is much more. Have a look!

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[20140715] NetBSD 7 branch date announced
NetBSD release engineer Jeff Rizzo has announced the timeline for branching the NetBSD 7 release:

``We will be creating the netbsd-7 CVS branch on or about July 26th, just under two weeks from today. The creation of this branch will mark the start of the Beta period, which is expected to last into September. Between now and branch time, our focus is on fixing bugs, updating documentation, and ensuring that the basics (build, installation, boot) work on as many platforms as possible. ''

In case you have some spare cycles, check out riz' mail for hints on how to help contributing to the release process.

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[20121227] NetBSD 6.0.1 security/bugfix released
The NetBSD Project is pleased to announce NetBSD 6.0.1, the first security/bugfix update of the NetBSD 6.0 release branch. It represents a selected subset of fixes deemed important for security or stability reasons.

To save you from searching, here is the list of relevant changes from the release notes:

Security Fixes

  • expat: Fix CVE-2012-1147, CVE-2012-1148 and CVE-2012-0876.
  • BIND: Address CVE-2012-5688: Named could die on specific queries with dns64 enabled.

General kernel

  • posix_spawn(): Fix processes with attributes.
  • Resolve races between vget() and vrele() resulting in vget() returning dead vnodes.
  • Prevent crash when unsupported fd's are used with kevent.


  • Fix "atomic fragments" for IPv6.
  • ipf: Fix alignment issues in ipmon. (PR#47101)
  • npf: handle delayed checksums in the network stack. (PR#47235)

File systems

  • smbfs: Make smbfs actually work on big-endian ports.


  • ciss(4): don't try to handle sensors if there aren't any.


  • x86 (i386, amd64):
    • Work around a possible gcc bug generating bad assembler code. (PR#45673)
    • Disable C1E on AMD K8 CPUs, to prevent freeze during boot.
  • xen:
    • Prevent a memory corruption issue that locks up a Xen DomU, and can potentially cause file system corruption. (PR#47056, PR#47057)
    • Fix: Xen Dom0 NetBSD kernel could crash by adding duplicate xenwatches.

Userland fixes

  • Update to tzdata2012j.
  • cdb: don't refuse to open databases without entries or keys.
  • Address graphics corruption in recent Cairo, manifested most commonly by certain rendered text sections appearing as solid rectangular blocks of color.
The complete list of changes can be found in the CHANGES-6.0.1 file in the top level directory of the NetBSD 6.0.1 release tree.

Complete source and binaries for NetBSD 6.0.1 are available for download at many sites around the world. A list of download sites providing FTP, AnonCVS, SUP, and other services may be found at

P.S.: Don't miss out on the end of NetBSD 2012 fundraise!

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[20121017] NetBSD 6.0 Fund Drive
Hidden in the NetBSD 6.0 release notes is a call for funds: ``Your donation to the NetBSD Foundation allows the project to make major improvements to the code base. With the release of NetBSD 6.0, the 6.0 Fund Drive targets raising 60,000 USD by the end of 2012. We would like to continue funded development in various areas, including:

  • Improving network stack concurrency and performance.
  • Development of modern file systems and improvement of existing ones.
  • Features which are useful in embedded environments, such as high resolution timers and execute in place (XIP) support.
  • Automatic testing and quality assurance.
We have recently made some changes to the way we accept and honor your donations. For more information about donating, visit The NetBSD Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization in the US, and donations may be tax deductible.

Very well seconded!

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[20121017] NetBSD 6.0 is here
Quoting shamelessly from the release announcement:
The NetBSD Project is pleased to announce NetBSD 6.0, the fourteenth
major release of the NetBSD operating system. Changes from the
previous release include scalability improvements on multi-core
systems, many new and updated device drivers, Xen and MIPS port
improvements, and brand new features such as a new packet filter.

Some NetBSD 6.0 highlights are: support for thread-local storage
(TLS), Logical Volume Manager (LVM) functionality, rewritten disk
quota subsystem, new subsystems to handle flash devices and NAND
controllers, an experimental CHFS file system designed for flash
devices, support for Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) protocol,
and more. This release also introduces NPF - a new packet filter,
designed with multi-core systems in mind, which can do TCP/IP traffic
filtering, stateful inspection, and network address translation (NAT).

In addition to many other features, NetBSD 6.0 includes significant
developments in various ports. Some highlights:

o SMP support for Xen domU kernels, initial suspend/resume support for
  Xen domU, PCI pass-through support for Xen3, and addition of the
  balloon driver.

o Major rework of MIPS port adding support for SMP and 64-bit (O32,
  N32, N64 ABIs are supported) processors, DSP v2 ASE extension, various
  NetLogic/RMI processor models, Loongson family processors, and new SoC

o Improved SMP on PowerPC port and added support for Book E Freescale
  MPC85xx (e500 core) processors.

o ARM has gained support for Cortex-A8 processors, various new SoCs,
  and initial support for Raspberry Pi. Full support for Raspberry Pi
  and major ARM improvements to come in a future NetBSD release.

o time_t is now a 64-bit quantity on all NetBSD ports. This means that
  the NetBSD world no longer ends in 2037.

Please read the release notes for a full list of changes in NetBSD 6.0:

The generous donations of companies and individuals to the NetBSD
Foundation in previous years has enabled TNF to sponsor some exciting
developments in NetBSD 6.0, including the Xen DOMU multiprocessor
support. See our donations page for information about how you or your
company can donate to help sponsor future projects!  Complete source
and binaries for NetBSD 6.0 are available for download at many sites
around the world. A list of download sites providing FTP, AnonCVS,
SUP, and other services may be found at:

We encourage users who wish to install via ISO or USB disk images to
download via BitTorrent by using the torrent files supplied in the
images area. A list of hashes for the NetBSD 6.0 distribution has been
signed with the well-connected PGP key for the NetBSD Security

NetBSD is free. All of the code is under non-restrictive licenses, and
may be used without paying royalties to anyone. Free support services
are available via our mailing lists and website. Commercial support is
available from a variety of sources. More extensive information on
NetBSD is available from our website:


NetBSD 6.0 is dedicated to the memory of Allen Briggs, who
passed away in March of 2012.

Allen's technical contributions to NetBSD were significant, and
many. He was a NetBSD developer from the very beginning of the
project, and was the main driving force behind the initial import of
some of our hardware ports. He also served on NetBSD's core team from
2003 until 2006. More than that, however, he was a mentor to many on
the project, and always willing to help when he could. Even for those
he didn't mentor, his civilized example was often a guiding
influence. He worked with many of us on the project, and in a field
where prickly personalities are common, he was always pleasant and
kind regardless of your status or technical expertise. He will be
sorely missed.


The NetBSD Foundation would like to thank all those who have
contributed code, hardware, documentation, funds, colocation for our
servers, web pages and other documentation, release engineering, and
other resources over the years. More information on the people who
make NetBSD happen is available at:

We would like to especially thank the University of California at
Berkeley and the GNU Project for particularly large subsets of code
that we use. We would also like to thank the Internet Systems
Consortium Inc., the Network Security Lab at Columbia University's
Computer Science Department, and Ludd (Lulea Academic Computer
Society) computer society at Lulea University of Technology for
current colocation services.

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[20090116] Catching up on NetBSD source changes - Sep'08 to early Jan'09
OK, I'll try to catch up source-changes a bit more frequently in the future (new years resolutions... don't we all have some?), but here's what I've missed by now, from between September 2008 until now (early January 2009):
  • In preparation of the NetBSD 5.0 release, a lot of documentation updates were made, esp. in the release notes. Also, many manual pages were added to the system, documenting existing userland tools, library, system and internal interfaces.

  • Following some re-organization of binary packages on some time ago, the official URLs are now:
    Both should have the same results, the latter is more safe on mirrors that don't carry /pub/pkgsrc. Adjust your PKG_PATHs!

  • Syntax for /etc/rc.conf's ifconfig_xxN variables and /etc/ifconfig.xxN was changed to also allow line breaks via ';'s. This allows something like ifconfig_wi0="ssid 'my network'; dhcp"

  • Martin Schuette's work on syslogNG from Google Summer of Code 2008 is now available in NetBSD's syslog

  • integration is advancing in big steps. It's on by default on a number of platforms (including alpha, i386, macppc, shark, sparc and sparc64), and instead of using the (now obsolete) MKXORG build variable it can be build with " -x".

  • Old-style LKMs are dead, welcome to the new module framework! (XXX Documentation???) In the process, more and more kernel subsystems are being changed to be loadable as a module, e.g. POSIX AIO and semaphores, File System Snapshots, emulations, exec formats, coredump, NFS client and server, http and data accept filters, ppp compressors, and others.

    Hooks into UVM have been added to unload unused kernel modules if memory is scarce.

  • MAKEVERBOSE now has two new levels, 3 and 4. The complete list is now:
    • 0 Minimal output ("quiet")
    • 1 Describe what is occurring
    • 2 Describe what is occurring and echo the actual command
    • 3 Ignore the effect of the "@" prefix in make commands
    • 4 Trace shell commands using the shell's -x flag
    The default remains MAKEVERBOSE=2, you can also set this via's -N switch.

  • A POSIX conformant tabs(1) utility was added

  • The haad-dm branch was merged to NetBSD-current. This adds Logical Volumen Management (LVM) functionality to the base NetBSD system. It uses Linux LVM2 tools and our BSD licensed device-mapper driver.

  • The wrstuden-revivesa branch was merged into NetBSD-current, bringing Scheduler Activation based threading back to NetBSD, and giving NetBSD 5.0 and up both SA and 1:1 threads.

  • Support for the ARM-based Cortina Systems SL3516 eval board was added to NetBSD/evbarm

  • patch(1) got a major overhaul, based on DragonflyBSD and OpenBSD. There's better detection of double applied patches, rejected diffs remain in unified diff format, and and less limitation e.g. on line length.

  • pxeboot now understands boot.cfg

  • Boot CD ISO creation has been greatly overhauled, accomodating changes in boot.cfg, and moving away from a ramdisk-based system to using a file system on the cd-rom, which helps reduce RAM usage. Also, the GENERIC kernel can be used there.

  • makefs(8)'s ISO-9660 (cdrom) support was enhanced to write RISC OS data. This allows to make bootable CDs for acorn{26,32} directly, without copying the bootloader to a native file system.

  • The christos-time_t branch has been merged into NetBSD-current. This gives 64bit time_t and dev_t types (no more year 2038-problem!!!).

    Many related places like timeval and timespec were adjusted, kernel and userland APIs were touched, and shared library major versions (including libc) were bumped for this fairly exhaustive change.

    See src/UPDATING's entry on 20090110 for the full update path!

  • New/updated drivers:
    • jme(4) for JMicron Technologies JME250 Gigabit Ethernet and JME260 Fast Ethernet PCI Express controllers
    • u3g(4) provides better support for 3G datacards than ugensa
    • dbcool(4) for dbCool(tm) family of Thermal Monitor and Fan Controller
    • ataraid(4) now supports Intel MatrixRAID and JMicron RAID
    • bwi(4) for Broadcom BCM4302 wlan controllers, otherwise known as Airport Extreme
    • alipm(4) for the Acer Labs M7101 Power Manage- ment controller
    • admtemp(4) for the Analog Devices ADM1021, Analog Devices ADM1023, Analog Devices ADM1032, Genesys Logic GL523SM, Global Mixed-mode Technology G781, Maxim 1617, and Xeon embedded temperature sensors
    • ipw(4),iwi(4),wpi(4),iwn(4): We ship the firmware now, but users have to accept the Intel license manually by setting sysctls like hw.ipw.accept_eula=1. The latter is also offered by sysinst.
    • nsp(4) adds support for the NSP2000 cryptographic processor which does crypto, hashing and arbitrary precision arithmetics in hardware, and which hooks into the opencrypto(9) interface.
    • pseye(4) makes the Sony Playstation Eye USB webcam usable with the new video(4) framework
    • ath(4) now uses the recently-released source-based version of the Atheros HAL, no more binary blob!
Whee... I should really do this more often to cut things down.

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[20080318] Start of the freeze for the pkgsrc-2008Q1 branch
NetBSD's package collection pgksrc will take its next quarter-yearly release in the pkgsrc-2008Q1 branch soon. To prepare that, pkgsrc is now frozen with respect to new functionality and infrastructure changes in preparation of the release branch. The freeze is expected to take at most two weeks - see Alistair Crooks' announcement for more information.

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[20080131] Article: Waving the flag: NetBSD developers speak about version 4.0
Federico Biancuzzi has collected interviews from more than twenty NetBSD developers in an multiple-page article which talks about what's new in the NetBSD 4.0 release: If you have any comments, there's also a page for comments and discussion available.

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[20080129] Essential NetBSD 4.0/i386 Binary Packages + Install CD available
Citing my full posting to netbsd-announce, just because I can:

           Essential NetBSD 4.0/i386 Binary Packages + Install CD


                                   What is it?

   The 3rd party software team of the NetBSD Project is proud to be able to
   provide a CD with the installation files for NetBSD 4.0/i386 and a
   collection of essential precompiled binary packages NetBSD 4.0/i386.
   The packages on this CD are based on the pkgsrc-2007Q4 branch.

   The CD's ISO image is available from:

   The CD is bootable and contains all the install files for
   the NetBSD 4.0/i386. To install binary packages from the CD,
   mount it under (say) /cdrom, then run:

     # PKG_PATH=/cdrom/packages/i386/All
     # export PKG_PATH
     # pkg_add -v bash
     # pkg_add -v kde
     # pkg_add -v firefox
     # pkg_add -v openoffice2

   Packages included on the CD are:
   GConf-2.20.1 MesaLib-6.4.2nb3 ORBit2-2.14.10 SDL-1.2.12 Xaw3d-1.5Enb4
   Xfixes-2.0.1nb4 Xft2-2.1.7nb3 Xrandr-1.0.2nb3 Xrender-0.9.0nb2
   aalib- adjustkernel-1.7 alpine-1.00nb1 ap22-fastcgi-2.4.2nb4
   ap22-perl-2.0.3 ap22-php5-5.2.5nb1 apache-2.2.6nb2 apr-1.2.12
   apr-util-1.2.10 arts-1.5.8 aspell-0.60.5 atk-1.20.0 bash-3.2.25
   cairo-1.4.12 cdparanoia- cdrtools- curl-7.17.1
   cyrus-sasl-2.1.22 db4- dbus-1.0.2nb2 dbus-glib-0.74
   digest-20070803 esound-0.2.38 expat-2.0.1 fam-2.7.0nb8
   firefox- flac-1.2.1 fluxbox-1.0.0nb2 fontconfig-2.5.0
   freetype2-2.3.5 fribidi-0.10.4nb1 fvwm-2.5.24 gail-1.20.2
   gdbm-1.8.3nb1 ghostscript-8.60nb1 ghostscript-fonts-8.11nb1 gimp-2.4.3
   glib-1.2.10nb10 glib2-2.14.4 glitz-0.5.6nb2 glu-6.4.2 glut-6.4.2
   gmp-4.2.2 gnome-dirs-1.6 gnome-icon-theme-2.20.0nb1
   gnome-keyring-2.20.2 gnome-vfs-2.20.1 gnome2-dirs-1.6 gnupg-1.4.7
   gnutls-2.0.4 gqmpeg-0.91.1nb5 gqmpeg-skins-20030712nb4 grub-0.97nb8
   gtk+-1.2.10nb9 gtk2+-2.12.3 gv-3.6.3 hicolor-icon-theme-0.10nb1
   htdig-3.2.0b6 id3ed-1.10.4nb2 ilmbase-1.0.1 imap-uw-2006j2nb3
   imlib-1.9.15nb4 irssi-0.8.12nb1 jasper-1.900.1nb1 jpeg-6bnb4
   kde3-dirs-1.0 kdeaccessibility-3.5.8nb1 kdeadmin-3.5.8nb1
   kdebase-3.5.8nb3 kdegames-3.5.8nb1 kdegraphics-3.5.8nb2
   kdelibs-3.5.8nb2 kdemultimedia-3.5.8nb2 kdenetwork-3.5.8nb1
   kdetoys-3.5.8nb1 kdeutils-3.5.8nb1 kdewebdev-3.5.8nb1 lame-3.97
   lcms-1.16 libIDL-0.8.9 libao-0.8.8 libao-arts-0.8.8 libart-2.3.19nb1
   libaudiofile-0.2.6nb1 libbonobo-2.20.1 libbonoboui-2.20.0
   libcddb-1.3.0 libcdio-0.76nb4 libcfg+-0.6.2nb3 libcroco-0.6.1nb6
   libexif-0.6.16 libgcrypt-1.2.4 libglade-2.6.2 libgnome-
   libgnomecanvas- libgnomeprint-2.18.2nb1
   libgnomeprintui-2.18.1nb1 libgnomeui- libgpg-error-1.4nb2
   libgphoto2-2.3.1nb4 libgsf-1.14.7nb2 libgtkhtml-2.6.3nb9 libidn-1.2
   libmad-0.15.1bnb1 libogg-1.1.3 libpaper-1.1.22 librsvg-2.18.2nb2
   libtasn1-0.3.9 libtheora-1.0beta2 libungif-4.1.4nb1 libusb-0.1.12nb2
   libvorbis-1.2.0 libwmf- libxml2-2.6.30 libxslt-1.1.22
   links- lzo-2.02 mDNSResponder-108nb1 mng-1.0.10
   mpg123-0.59.18nb9 mutt-1.5.17nb3 nas-1.9nb1 ncurses-5.6nb2
   neon-0.26.3nb1 netpbm-10.34nb1 opencdk-0.6.6 openexr-1.6.1
   openldap-client-2.3.39 openoffice2-2.3.1nb1 openslp-1.2.1nb1
   p5-Compress-Raw-Zlib-2.008 p5-Compress-Zlib-2.008
   p5-Config-IniFiles-2.38nb2 p5-Crypt-DES-2.05 p5-Crypt-SSLeay-0.57
   p5-Curses-1.12nb1 p5-Curses-UI-0.95 p5-Curses-UI-POE-0.02801
   p5-Data-Table-1.50 p5-Digest-1.15 p5-Digest-HMAC-1.01nb2
   p5-Digest-MD5-2.36 p5-Digest-SHA1-2.11 p5-Event-1.09
   p5-HTML-Parser-3.56 p5-HTML-Tagset-3.10 p5-IO-Compress-Base-2.008
   p5-IO-Compress-Zlib-2.008 p5-IO-Socket-SSL-1.12 p5-IO-tty-1.02nb3
   p5-MIME-Base64-3.07 p5-Net-1.22 p5-Net-SNMP-5.2.0 p5-Net-SSLeay-1.30
   p5-POE-0.3202 p5-POE-Component-SNMP-1.07 p5-Pod-Escapes-1.04nb2
   p5-Pod-Simple-3.05 p5-Socket6-0.19 p5-Sys-CpuLoad-0.03
   p5-Term-ReadKey-2.30nb1 p5-Term-Size-0.2 p5-Test-Pod-1.26
   p5-Time-HiRes-1.9706 p5-URI-1.35nb1 p5-enum-1.016 p5-libwww-5.808nb3
   p5-pkgsrc-Dewey-1.0nb1 pango-1.18.3 pcre-7.4nb1 pdflib-4.0.3nb7
   perl-5.8.8nb6 php-5.2.5 php5-gd-5.2.5 php5-imap-5.2.5nb1
   php5-pdflib- php5-zlib-5.2.5 pico-4.10nb1 pine-4.64nb3
   pkg_tarup-1.6.6 pkgdiff-0.119nb1 pkglint-4.81 pkgsurvey-0.0 png-1.2.23
   poppler-0.6.2 poppler-qt-0.6.2 popt-1.10.7 py24-readline-0nb2
   py24-xml-0.8.4nb2 python24-2.4.4 qca-tls-1.0nb3 qt3-libs-3.3.8nb7
   readline-5.2 rp-pppoe-3.8nb1 rsync-2.6.9nb1 rxvt-2.7.10nb5
   sane-backends-1.0.18 screen-4.0.3 shared-mime-info-0.22 speex-1.0.5
   taglib-1.4nb2 tcsh-6.15.00 tiff-3.8.2nb3 transfig-3.2.5alpha7nb2
   unzip-5.52nb3 uulib-0.5.20nb3 vcdimager-0.7.23nb2
   vorbis-tools-1.1.1nb5 wget-1.10.2nb1 xautolock-1.15nb3
   xcursor-1.1.2nb2 xdaemon-1.2 xdg-dirs-1.4 xenconsole-0.15b1.1nb1
   xenkernel3-3.1.2nb1 xentools3-3.1.2 xentools3-hvm-3.1.2
   xfig-3.2.5alpha5nb5 xine-arts-1.1.8nb1 xine-lib-1.1.8 xlockmore-5.25
   xmlcatmgr-2.2nb1 xmp-2.0.4nb3 xteddy-1.1nb1 zonetab-0


   All binary packages available on this CD are also available for
   individual download and/or direct installation via pkg_add(1) from the
   NetBSD binary packages repository at the following URLs:

   For easy installing of binary pkgs via pkg_add, be sure to set your
   PKG_PATH env variable as appropriate:

     # PKG_PATH=\;\
     # export PKG_PATH
     # pkg_add -v bash
     # pkg_add -v kde

                            Documentation & Support

   The binary packages included in this CD can be installed with the
   pkg_add(1) command.  If you need further help, try these resources on
   the Internet:

     * Mailing lists are NetBSD's primary support forum. For information,
       send mail with "help" in body to, an archive of
       all available mailing lists is available at

       Mailing lists are NetBSD's primary support forum, recommended lists

          * for general questions
          * for package related questions

     * Usenet Newsgroups: comp.unix.bsd.netbsd.misc, de.comp.os.bsd

     * FTP download: The main repository for NetBSD packages is at

     * WWW: Visit us at!

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        This product includes software developed by The NetBSD Foundation
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