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NetBSD is a free, fast, secure, and highly portable Unix-like Open Source operating system. It is available for a wide range of platforms, from large-scale servers and powerful desktop systems to handheld and embedded devices. Its clean design and advanced features make it excellent for use in both production and research environments, and the source code is freely available under a business-friendly license. NetBSD is developed and supported by a large and vivid international community. Many applications are readily available through pkgsrc, the NetBSD Packages Collection.

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The NetBSD Foundation 2020 Projects

  • Apurva Nandan
    Benchmark NetBSD
    Integrate the Phoronix Test Suite (PTS) with NetBSD by porting the available test profiles & suites, in order to automate and web-host the regression...
  • Jain Naman
    Curses library automated testing
    Curses library is an important part of the NetBSD operating system as many applications rely on the correct functioning of the library. Performing...
  • Ayushi Sharma
    Enhance the syzkaller support for NetBSD
    Project involves fixing existing issues related to network stack's support for syzkaller, improve coverage by adding new syscalls and ioctl calls for...
  • Nisarg Joshi
    Fuzzing the network stack of NetBSD in a rumpkernel environment
    Carry out fuzzing of various layers and protocols of the Network stack of NetBSD using rumpkernel environment in order to improve the stability of...
  • Nikita Gillmann
    Make system(3) and popen(3) use posix_spawn(3) internally
    The library functions popen(3) and system(3) are used to create a new shell process and (in case of popen(3) set up IPC channels to the new process)....
  • Aditya Vardhan Padala
    Rumpkernel Syscall Fuzzing
    Integrate a selection of fuzzers with the rumpkernel codebase involving sanitizers for efficient fuzzing of rumpkernel syscalls