Of course it runs NetBSD.
The OpenBSD project produces a FREE, multi-platform 4.4BSD-based UNIX-like operating system. Our efforts emphasize portability, standardization, correctness, proactive security and integrated cryptography. As an example of the effect OpenBSD has, the popular OpenSSH software comes from OpenBSD.
A development library that allows the programmer to readily manipulate IP addresses, the ARP cache, the system routing table, and packet filtering rules. It also makes it easy to manipulate IP tables and construct and send IP packets and Ethernet frames.
An open-source drum machine and MIDI sequencer that also uses AI technology to figure out melodies for the patterns you program.
A ports collection (archive of installable opensource software) for Mac OSX, just like the BSDs and Gentoo use to manage applications.
Have you ever tried to SSH into one of your boxes, only to get dropped with a "Too many authentication failures" error? Here's how to fix it (it's a server side problem).
An SMTP daemon that sits between the network and your actual SMTP server (it was designed with Postfix in mind but it should be possible to drop in front of other servers, like Qmail). It runs all SMTP traffic through an antivirus scanner (ClamAV by default) before passing it along to the rest of the SMTP server. Designed to be simple and lightweight (written in C instead of Perl).
A remote login utility that is mobile aware, i.e., your link can drop (say, if you're on a cellphone) and come back up later, and your session will still be running. It's kind of like GNU Screen, actually. Also allows editing of lines prior to sending with the enter key. Adapts to network latency.
A handy, all-in-one cheatsheet for Linux and UNIX environments. If you need to look up how to do something fiddly, this is a good place to look first.
The J2 is a clean-room designed FOSS processor core and SOC that implements the SuperH instruction set. hardware VHDL BSD license. Royalty and patent free. Compile the VHDL into a bitstream and upload it into an FPGA. Known to run Linux. Hybrid RISC architecture, fixed-length 16-bit instructions, 32-bi registers and address space. Has no MMU for now but it's in the works due to patent issues. Cheap to manufacture (roughly $0.03/processor). security audited.
Official wiki page for running netbsd on a raspi.
A utility that lets you edit disks and recover data, including entire partitions. Supports multiple operating systems.
A VPS hosting provider that uses Xen and lets you run BSD as well as Linux. Could be useful.
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