In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore catch up on some feedback emails and show us a prerecorded talk with Matthew Ahrens about ZFS. Press the play below while we await their upcoming episode on BSDCan.
BSD Now Episode 36 shows how to set up RAID arrays in FreeBSD and there’s also an interview with David Chisnall – of the FreeBSD core team – about the switch to Clang.
Other subjects being discussed are:
- OpenBSD 5.5 released
- FreeBSD foundation funding highlights
- OpenSSH without OpenSSL
- BSDMag’s April 2014 issue is out
- Interview – David Chisnall
- Tutorial - RAID in FreeBSD and OpenBSD
- BSDTalk episode 240
- m2k14 trip reports
- Why you should use FreeBSD on your cloud VPS
- PC-BSD weekly digest
Other formats can be watched/downloaded here.
BSD Now has released episode 35, titled “Puffy Firewall”. Hosts Alan Jude and Kris Moore take a look at pf (Packet Filter), the removal of ALTQ from OpenBSD, FreeBSD’s quarterly status report, updates to OpenBSD’s OpenSSL rewrite, and the latest versions of NetBSD.
Check out the official page at: http://www.bsdnow.tv/episodes/2014_04_30-puffy_firewall
In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Kris Moore speak with John Hixson about FreeNAS development, and the direction it is currently heading. Tune into this short feature by clicking play below:
Head on over to the official page here: http://www.jupiterbroadcasting.com/55782/its-gonna-get-nasty-bsd-now-34/
In this BSDNow.tv episode, hosts Kris Moore and Allan Jude discuss OpenBSD’s new feature “autoinstall”. Following that is an interview with Dru Lavigne regarding her work related to FreeBSD, PC-BSD, and FreeNAS writing and documentation.
This week the hosts talk to Richard Stallman about the upcoming GPLv4 and how it will protect software from being stolen. After that, you will be shown how to recover from those pesky ZFS on Linux corruption issues, as well as some tips on how to explain to your boss that all the production boxes were compromised.
- Using OpenSSH Certificate Authentication
- Back to FreeBSD, a new series
- OpenBSD’s recent experiments in package building
- Securing FreeBSD with 2FA
- Interview with Gleb Kurtsou
- Filesystem-based encryption with PEFS (tutorial)
- BSDCan 2014 registration
- Big changes for OpenBSD 5.6
- Getting to know your portmgr lurkers
- PCBSD weekly digest
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This episode has an interview with Eric Turgeon, founder of the desktop-focused GhostBSD project and a tutorial on disk concatenating in NetBSD.
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