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Panoramic Photography in BSD

Release Date: 2013-01
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  • 2012: BSD Year in Review by Dru Lavigne
  • Configuring the Qmail Autoresponder to Ignore Spam
  • PostgreSQL: Users and Permissions Managements
  • Immersive 360×180° Panoramic Photography in BSD
  • FreeBSD Programming Primer
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    • Free Issue to Download! BSD 1/2013

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    • Keyboard Error... Press any Key to Continue

      Some pieces of technology are extra special, some utilitarian. Until the user interface develops to the point that we can get strong tactile feedback from a touch screen (via electrostatic shock perhaps?). The IBM Model M keyboard remains the standard by which the computer keyboard – indeed any input device – is defined. Even for the worst two finger typist on the Internet, that reassuring spring-back “click” let you know when a key had registered. Clipping keys on the way past with the edge of fingernails (that should have been trimmed long ago – like the almost mandatory Unix beard) was impossible. The feel of the key responding to the fingertip, the audible “clack” on a successful key-press, all added to the pleasure of writing code, letters, or deleting file-systems as appropriate…

    • 2012: BSD Year in Review

      This article looks back on 2012 and provides an overview of what occurred in the BSD world. Read it to recall the last year’s top news for FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD and PC-BSD. Check what projects were supported by FreeBSD and NetBSD Foundations. Learn the statistics for BSD Certification. Find out what were the best published books on BSD in 2012 and the editorial plans for 2013.

    • Configuring the Qmail Autoresponder to Ignore Spam

      This is one way to combat spam using autoresponder created by Ken Coar with qmail. With this method, when your users setup a vacation message, the autorespond program will recognize and not reply to spam messages but will reply to messages that pass the spam filter. These instructions require your system to be setup using author’s qmail guide on http://freebsdrocks.net, or have qmail installed with maildrop, validrcptto with onchange and have per-user spam filtering enabled.

    • PostgreSQL: Users and Permissions Managements

      This article considers PostgreSQL user and privilege management. PostgreSQL allows the definition of database users and groups, providing them permissions to access database objects (e.g., tables) and thereby allowing Database Administrators (DBAs) to enforce a security policy on data access. All the examples shown here have been tested on a PostgreSQL 9.1 cluster running on a FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE machine; all the example source code are available in a GitHub repository.

    • Immersive 360x180° Panoramic Photography in BSD

      In this article the author is going to show you what 360×180° panoramic photography is along with a few of its possible applications. His aim is to prove you how fascinating this subject might be for BSD users. Panoramic photography is one of the most complete ways of experiencing a location without physically visiting. That is one of the reasons why it is also called “Immersive Photography”. The author hopes to inspire you to try it out with tools available under a BSD or any Unix like system, using only free open source software.

    • FreeBSD Programming Primer

      In this new series we will look at the tools, processes and methods involved in writing software, including developing a Content Management System (CMS) which will run under an AMP stack on FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Linux etc.