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Category Archives: BSD Talk
Will Backman from BSDTalk has uploaded another interview (the 3rd) with Dru Lavigne. She talks about her new book “The Best of FreeBSD Basics“, the upcoming BSDA exam and the Open Source Business Resource. Download/Listen as MP3 or OGG
This is a BSDTalk interview with Peter N. M. Hansteen on the PF, Packet Filter, a firewall originally developed by OpenBSD. To find out more about the PF Firewall, check out “The Book of PF“.
LinuxReality.com (a site with Linux related podcasts – similar to the BSD focused bsdtalk.blogspot.com) has posted a podcast (episode 84) that focuses on Linux and (network) security. In this episode Paul Asadoorian and Larry Pesce of the Pauldotcom Security Weekly … Continue reading
Will Beckman has posted a podcast on AsiaBSDCon 2008 with Hiroki Sato and George Neville-Neil. Download/listen MP3 | OGG
Will Backman (BSDtalk) has uploaded an interview with Richard Stallman on GNU and Free Software in general. To listen click here. Mr Stallman has requested that this podcast only be distributed in the free/open source OGG format.
The FreeBSD network stack virtualization project aims at extending the FreeBSD kernel to maintain multiple independent instances of networking state. This will allow for complete networking independence between jails on a system, including giving each jail its own firewall, virtual … Continue reading
Dru Lavigne has been interviewed by BSDTalk. The first half of the interview is an update on BSD Certification and the second half is an introduction to the OSBR. Download here. .