netbsd

SpeedStep on NetBSD/xen

    

When you boot NetBSD/xen, you don’t get SpeedStep anymore. At least, on NetBSD 5.1, as of 2011-07-14. Some job have been done in 2009 but wasn’t kept in the sources. Check Add Intel SpeedStep and AMD PowerNow! support in Xen dom0 for more informations.

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Optimize PHP on NetBSD

    

On a NAMP (NetBSD, Apache, MySQL, PHP) server, you can get a faster PHP rendering using eAccelerator.

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LAMP/NAMP/OAMP with WordPress just needs CPU

    

According to the Google robot, my actual configuration serves WordPress pages in about 1-2 seconds. I was looking on improving this a bit.

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Using NetBSD as a Gnome workstation

    

After a quick review of OpenBSD as a workstation, I wanted to see what NetBSD was like. I’ve used NetBSD quite a lot for both servers and workstations. But since I got my MacBook Pro, two years ago, I only use NetBSD as servers. So I’m gonna have a look at NetBSD 5.1 and see if I could give this to my daughter.

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Upgrade SOGo to 1.3.6

    

I’m running SOGo 1.3.5 on a Debian GNU/Linux 5 with the Web front-end installed on NetBSD 5. Today is the day when I upgrade SOGo to 1.3.6.

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