Tag Archives: OpenBSD

Vultr for OpenBSD hosting in Asia

Has anyone ever tried this service of Vultr. It is quite cheap it seems. I want to relocate my Python scripts remotely on a secure open source BSD operating system like OpenBSD. Also, they have a data farm in Singapore where Oanda servers are located. Not only that,, it looks like Binance are hosted in Tokyo which Vultr has as well. This might work well for both crypto and forex strategies.

https://status.vultr.com/

What do you think?

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Why I move everything into OpenBSD not Linux

As you know, I depsise now Apple and Microsoft for many reasons. OpenBSD is the most secure operating system on the planet. There is a lot of innovation as you will find in this interview video.

I got to say i will be porting everything eventually to OpenBSD for these reasons in this video. This interview will inspire you move as well.

All in C not C++

All of this is true open open source as well! This is the future folks!

Also, everything is now in C from C++ because of this comment:

What an interesting development. The year is 2011 and we are proudly announcing removal of C++ due to bloat.

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2322953

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OpenBSD on a laptop with better desktop environment

This would be a fun geeky way to build a Linux/Unix/BSD based desktop environment

A comment found one

Heath Riley
Bryan Downing — I know I’m late to the party. 🙂 You can install KDE/Gnome/Mate/Cinnamon/i3/Awesome/Openbox, and so on, on OpenBSD. That’s the default you’re running there. At their heart, the BSDs are shipped as a Server OS, but they don’t get in the way of letting you run a Desktop Environment or Window Manager. The default is a Window Manager, and is about the lightest-weight GUI you can run. Here’s a guide on running OpenBSD on a laptop with cwm: https://www.c0ffee.net/blog/openbsd-on-a-laptop/ Here’s OpenBSD and Mate (a Desktop Environment that has a decent ‘Mac-Like’ optional theme) — https://youtu.be/XmMlE5QVJ08

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Screw Apple! Intro to most secure OS OpenBSD with sexiest Manjaro DeepIn Linux

Screw Apple! Intro to most secure OS OpenBSD with sexiest Manjaro DeepIn Linux

Yah Security and Privacy

What can I say? Security and sexy. Sounds deadly? I made a usual  twenty video for this.

Screw Apple and Microsoft with their track and other shenanigans. Apple no more since they don’t want to provide the one on one service they used to provide in their stores. I mean what is the point in paying extra premium when you are not getting the service.

 

Death of Apple started while crypto currency event tonite

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Old Laptop installing OpenBSD

Video description

I walk-through downloading OpenBSD 5.2, burning it on a CD-ROM, and finally installing it on my IBM ThinkPad T30 and booting it up for the first time and then shutting it down. My next video will show you how to set up OpenBSD 5.2 after the first boot up.

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OpenBSD tighten security by losing Linux layer

OpenBSD tighten security by losing Linux layer

Ingenious? This should not affect my goal as I plan to build all software component locally on the end target OS

http://www.infoworld.com/article/3099038/open-source-tools/openbsd-60-tightens-security-by-losing-linux-compatibility.html

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This could be the best OpenBSD Linux tutorial I have seen for installing on VMWARE

This could be the best OpenBSD Linux tutorial I have seen for installing on VMWARE

Yes barebones system is what I am looking at install with here for a potential production system. Redis has been confirmed to run on this

http://portsmon.freebsd.org/portoverview.py?category=databases&portname=redis

I also found some queries on Erlang for OpenBSD as well so we may be good there . GCC for C++ and C with Open JDK for Java should be obvious as well.

So that is an extra check!

This got me thinking about Java 8 using lambdas calling Redis on a barebones system. You could also involve a Matlab code generated C Files (from Coder toolbox) as well. This means you cut all the other stuff like Erlang, Python, R, etc. We are talking barebones with pure C and Java with lambdas. Latest advancements of Redis makes this all possible.

Update: There is no OpenJDK 8 for OpenBSD at all so forget this option of OpenBSD

So it back to that Ubuntu vs Debian vs CentOS debate but that is minor.

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