OpenBSD Solutions Blog

Posts
15-21

  • OpenBSD Upgrade 6.9 to 7.0

    @nabbisen

    Summary OpenBSD 51st release on 14 Oct 2021 has arrived at 7.0✨ The OpenBSD project celebrates its 7.0 release! See what's new here: https://t. ...

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  • Rainloop Webmail on OpenBSD 6.9

    @nabbisen

    Summary Rainloop is a “simple, modern & fast web-based email client”, written in PHP. It’s also open source licensed under AGPL v3. ...

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  • Grav CMS on OpenBSD: Install in a subdirectory

    @nabbisen

    Summary Installing in a subdirectory here means a website is accessed as http(s)://<root-dir>/<TARGET> instead of http(s)://<TARGET>. All what to do in order to install Grav CMS in a subdirectory on OpenBSD is to configure two files: Grav’s user/config/system. ...

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  • Grav CMS on OpenBSD 6.9: Install via Composer

    @nabbisen

    Summary Grav is one of CMS frameworks, which is open source and MIT Licensed. It is developed as a flat-file based one using Symfony PHP framework. ...

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  • PostgreSQL on OpenBSD: Upgrade 11 to 12 with pg_dumpall

    @nabbisen

    Summary In upgrading OpenBSD from 6.8 to 6.9, I had to upgrade PostgreSQL server (12.6 -> 13.2), as written in OpenBSD’s Upgrade Guide) Here is how I carried it out due to the official readme of postgresql-server package: ...

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  • OpenBSD Upgrade 6.8 to 6.9

    @nabbisen

    Summary Next OpenBSD release, 6.9, has been published on 1 May 2021✨ The OpenBSD project celebrates its 50th release with the release of 6. ...

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  • OpenBSD Upgrade 6.7 to 6.8

    @nabbisen

    Summary The latest OpenBSD OS is now 6.8 ✨ which was released on 18 Oct 2020. The OpenBSD project celebrates its 25th anniversary with the release of 6. ...

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