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Tag Archives: Videos
Murray Stokely has uploaded 8 videos from the first DCBSDCon to the BSDConferencesYouTube channel. With help from Jason Dixon and Will Backman and open source software such as avidemux, mplayer/mencoder and audacity. Ken Caruso, Using BSD in SchmooCon Labs Robert Luciani, M:N Threading in DragonFly BSD Kurt Miller, Implementing pie … Continue reading
More videos on the YouTube BSDConference channel since my last post: A Brief History of the BSD Fast Filesystem by Kirk McKusick Using FreeBSD to Promote Open Source Development Methods by Brook Davis and some MeetBSD 2008 videos on ftp.springdeamons.com
BSD Zealot has uploaded his first FreeBSD video. He’s intending to do a series on the different aspects of FreeBSD Video 1 – FreeBSD Primer – Installing FreeBSD – download direct
Thaed shows in this video step-by-step how he’s giving his old Pentium 4 a new lease of life as his home’s file server. On this video FreeNAS 0.686 is installed; currently FreeNAS 0.69 is available which is looking a whole lot … Continue reading
The first lecture from Kirk McKusick’s full length FreeBSD Kernel Internals course has been posted to the BSD Conferences channel on YouTube. The following video is the first hour of Marshall Kirk McKusick’s course on FreeBSD kernel internals based on his book, The Design and … Continue reading
Interesting presentation by Jason Dixon at the Oct New York City *BSD User Group
Gary Sims has uploaded another video where he goes through the different available options on the FreeNAS web interface. If you’re interested in setting up your own NAS server, free of charge, watch this video.
Matt Olander and Brooks Davis, two well known FreeBSD advocates, on FreeBSD clusters. This video was taken a few years back, but it’s still relevant explaining how cluster computing works on FreeBSD.