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Tag Archives: Interviews
Scott Ullrich and Chris Buechler, the guys behind the pfSense project, have been interviewed by Randal Schwartz and Leo Laporte on FLOSS 101. (via) FLOSS Weekly is a podcast covering free and open source software. Will Backman has interviewed Randal Schwartz on … Continue reading
ostatic.com recently interviewed Olivier Cochard-Labbe, FreeNAS founder, and Volker Theile, project administrator. FreeNAS is free, lightweight, open source network attached storage (NAS) server software, based on FreeBSD. The following questions were asked: Who is your typical user? How do you … Continue reading
Distrwatch interviewed Kris Moore, founder and lead developer of PC-BSD, a user-friendly desktop operating system based on FreeBSD. They talk about the history of and reasons for creating PC-BSD, PBI package management, the upcoming PC-BSD 7, KDE4.1: The so-called “distribution for … Continue reading
Will Backman from BSDTalk has uploaded an interview with Ken Smith (podcast), lead release engineer for FreeBSD. This interview is about the release of FreeBSD 7, performance tweaking, the release process, the features that made it in 7.0 and which … Continue reading
FreeBSD is back to its incredible performance and now can take advantage of multi-core/CPUs systems very well… So well that some benchmarks on both Intel and AMD systems showed release 7.0 being faster than Linux 2.6 when running PostreSQL or … Continue reading
Will Backman from BSDTalk has interviewed Kris Moore, PC-BSD founder, on the latest version of PBI (PC-BSD Push Button Installer). Listen to the interview here.
Jeff Goldman has done an interview with Manual Kasper, the creator of m0n0wall. Here it is: Manuel Kasper developed the embedded firewall software package m0n0wall back in 2002, he says, while experimenting with embedded x86-based computers. Having just succeeded at … Continue reading
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“.