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George Neville-Neil: Hardware Performance Monitoring Counters on non-X86 Architectures AsiaBSDCon 2010 paper session. Abstract: Hardware Performance Monitoring Counters provide programmers and systems integrators with the ability to gather accurate, low level, information about the performance of their code, both at … Continue reading
Massimiliano Stucchi: BSD in the routing industry AsiaBSDCon 2010 paper session. Abstract: The BSD family has always been very well known for its robust network stack, hence it has been widely used in many different fields and applications. In the … Continue reading
Constantine A. Murenin: Quiet Computing with BSD AsiaBSDCon 2010 paper session. Abstract: Quiet Computing with BSD (Programming system hardware monitors for quiet computing) In this talk, we will present an overview of the features and common problems of microprocessor system hardware … Continue reading
Rui Paulo: Wireless Mesh Networks under FreeBSD AsiaBSDCon 2010 paper session. Abstract: With the advent of low cost wireless chipsets, wireless mesh networks became much more attractive for both companies, governments, and the general consumer. Wireless mesh networks are being … Continue reading
AsiaBSDCon 2010 paper session. Abstract: Since 2001 we have used FreeBSD as a high performance computing (HPC) cluster operating system. In the process we have ported a number of HPC tools including Ganglia, Globus, Open MPI, and Sun Grid Engine. … Continue reading
This presentation was done by Kris Moore, founder of the PC-BSD Project at AsiaBSDCon 2010. Abstract: The sysinstall tool has been the default system installer for FreeBSD for more than a decade now. While is it has proven itself to … Continue reading
The Bordeaux Technology Group released Bordeaux 2.0.4 for FreeBSD and PC-BSD yesterday. Bordeaux 2.0.4 is a maintenance release that fixes a number of small bugs. With this release the Bordeux UI changed from a GTKDialog to a GTKWindow, the “OK” … Continue reading
It’s not true anymore that FreeBSD does not support any DVB-S devices. Thanks to the work of Hans Petter Selasky on video4bsd there are now DVB-S/2 devices for USB that just work. The work on MythTV to get this running only … Continue reading