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Alan, Chris and Bryan talk about FreeBSD 9.0 on the Linux Action Show. In my opinion, the hosts could be more focused, serious and professional, instead of joking around continually. Anyway, this is the link: FreeBSD 9.0 Review. If you’re interested … Continue reading
Some of you may be aware of the LLVM Developer Meeting 2011 that took place in mid-November in San Jose, CA. FreeBSD developer and FreeBSD Foundation member Brooks Davis was present and talked about about the path of getting LLVM/Clang integrated … Continue reading
These two videos show how to set up a software RAID1 under FreeNAS. If you’re wondering what RAID1 means, RAID1 uses mirroring to write data to for instance two drives. This means that when you write a file or save … Continue reading
We have already referred to Robert Watson’s paper titled “Capsicum: Practical Capabilities for UNIX“, but it is now available to view on Youtube. This paper was presented at the 19th USENIX Security Symposium (USENIX Security ’10).
The presentations from the recent MeetBSD 2010 (Cracow, Poland) conference are now available on the BSD Conferences Youtube Chanel. The following videos are all in HD quality and most are in English, though a few are in Polish. Dru Lavigne … 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
FreeBSD developer Luigi Rizzo from the University of Pisa gave a talk at Google last week about some of his work on link emulation and packet scheduling (via) Here’s the video of the presentation: New Developments in Link Emulation and Packet … Continue reading
Some AsiaBSDCon 2010 videos are available on ustream.com Hardware Performance Monitoring Counters on non-X86 Architectures (George V.Nevile-Neil) BSD in the routing industry (Massimiliano Stucchi) Keynote: Cosing the DNS Security Loopwith DNSSEC (Peter Losher) Epitome2 dedup for the masses Wireless Mesh … Continue reading