NetBSD is a stable, multi-user, freely redistributable UNIX-like operating system. It is distributed with source code and runs on a large number of hardware platforms.
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The NetBSD Project
NetBSD is a free multi-platform operating system, with a focus on portability.
Benedikt Meurer's NetBSD page
Why he uses NetBSD, advantages and disadvantages of the OS vs. other OS's, and a number of useful how-to's on NetBSD.
Release dates and package comparison tables for multiple NetBSD releases.
hubertf's NetBSD page
Other links related to the NetBSD operating system.
My Journal of NetBSD Experiences
A journal of Jeremy Reed's experiences with NetBSD.
Growing article, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia]
NetBSD Code Changes
Changes to the NetBSD code base [RSS]
List of NetBSD developers, who are members of the NetBSD Foundation and have CVS commit privileges.
NetBSD Mailing List Archives
A complete, browsable and searchable index of all NetBSD related mailing lists.
Official news relating to the NetBSD project including release announcements and major changes. [RSS]
Pkgsrc-wip (work in progress) is a project to get more people actively involved with creating packages for pkgsrc, a portable packaging system coming from NetBSD.
Benchmark Comparison of NetBSD 2.0 and FreeBSD 5.3
This paper by Gregory McGarry presents a suite of benchmarks and results for comparing the performance of these operating systems. The benchmarks target core operating system functionality, server scalability and thread implementation. (January 03, 2005)
Interview with Jay Michaelson of Wasabi Systems
Vice President of firm. Main business is embedded market, markets NetBSD as an embedded OS, and sells boxed release. Says how it is better than VXWorks, Linux, QNX, Windows CE. Short article with forum comments. [OSNews.com] (April 03, 2003)
A paper by Alistair Crooks about a more flexible infrastructure for third-party software. Later implemented in NetBSD's pkgsrc. [EuroBSDCon] [PDF] (November 14, 2002)
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