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Category Archives: FreeBSD Conferences
In this paper we describe usage of FreeBSD operating system for IPv6 Multicast routing platform in SOI-Asia Project. SOI-Asia project is platform to deliver realtime lecture via UniDirectional Link of satellite to several countries in Asia. Because of limited bandwidth … Continue reading
Mail system for distributed network. Presentation held by Andrey Zakharchenko at AsiaBSDCon2009: Sometimes it is necessary to organize a mail domain for large and geographically distributed network, which may consist of independent subnets with their own separate Internet connections (and some of … Continue reading
Kristaps Dzonsons’ presentation: Deprecating groff for BSD manual display, AsiaBSDCon2009: There are few GPL-licensed utilities remaining in BSD base installations, most of them written in C++. groff, GNU’s roff text-processing language implementation, claims a significant share of this count. Why … Continue reading
Rafal Jaworowski’s presentation on FreeBSD on high performance multi-core embedded PowerPC systems, AsiaBSDCon2009: This paper describes low level design and implementation of the FreeBSD operating system port for the MPC8572 system-on-chip device, a high-end member of the Freescale PowerQUICC III … Continue reading
The pfSense project have announced the availability of version 1.2.1: This is a strictly a maintenance release, meaning it contains only bug fixes in the pfSense code, no new features. Though we also upgraded the base OS from FreeBSD 6.2 … Continue reading
Will Backman talks in BSDTalk #167 with Jason Dixon about organizing DCBSDCon and about two speakers, Marshall Kirk McKusick and Henning Brauer. DCBSDCon will take place in February 2009. BSDTalk 167 – Listen to the podcast: MP3 | OGG
The NYCBSDCon is behind us. Those who were unable to attend can download and listen to the lectures (MP3) or listen to Will Beckman’s floor interviews (bsdtalk 160 – Sat and bsdtalk 161 Sun)