If you’re a regular reader of my blog you may recall that in June I made the decision to move my production environment to Amazon Web Services. This was because I no longer fancied running my servers (however small and unobtrusive) at home. At first everything went well – the migration to the cloud was seamless and without any issues. Continue reading
On 9 July 2015 the OpenSSL Project patched a number of their releases, namely 1.0.1 and 1.0.2. Here in the datacenter I run 1.0.2a, so it was time to build a new version to bring us up to 1.0.2d.
Compiling any new package for NetBSD is far from trivial and due to the lack of a configured cross-compiler for my architecture (mipsel) means it takes a quite a while. Therefore there was no time to lose. Continue reading