Monday, March 23, 2015

bsdtalk252 - devio.us with Brian Callahan

This episode has been brought to you by jot, the utility for printing sequential or random data.  Jot first appeared in 4.2 BSD.

An interview with devio.us admin Brian Callahan.  http://devio.us is a free shell provider that runs on OpenBSD.

File Info: 18Min, 8MB.

Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk252/bsdtalk252.ogg

Saturday, February 28, 2015

bsdtalk251 - Verisign and FreeBSD: Internet Scale Services at 10 Gigabits per Server presented by Mike Bentkofsky, Marc de la Gueronniere, Julien Charbon

A talk from vBSDCon in 2013 titled Verisign and FreeBSD: Internet Scale Services at 10 Gigabits per Server presented by Mike Bentkofsky, Marc de la Gueronniere, Julien Charbon

File info: 47Min, 22MB

Ogg link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk251/bsdtalk251.ogg

Saturday, January 31, 2015

bsdtalk250 - WhatsApp: Half a billion unsuspecting FreeBSD users by Rick Reed

A recording from a MeetBSD California 2014 talk titled "WhatsApp: Half a billion unsuspecting FreeBSD users" by Rick Reed.

File Info: 56 Min, 27MB.

Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk250/bsdtalk250.ogg

Saturday, December 20, 2014

bsdtalk249 - Netflix Update with Scott Long

A Netflix Update with Scott Long at MeetBSD California 2014.

File Info: 11Min, 5MB.

Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk249/bsdtalk249.ogg

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

bsdtalk248 - DragonFlyBSD with Matthew Dillon

An interview with Matthew Dillon about the upcoming 4.0 release of DragonFly BSD.

File Info: 43Min, 20MB.

Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk248/bsdtalk248.ogg

Saturday, November 15, 2014

bsdtalk247 - FreeBSD: The Next 10 Years with Jordan Hubbard

A recording from MeetBSD 2014 in California.  A talk by Jordan Hubbard titled "FreeBSD: The Next 10 Years."

File Info: 39Min, 18MB.

Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk247/bsdtalk247.ogg

Friday, October 31, 2014

bsdtalk246 - Playing with tor

Looking forward to attending MeetBSD in California this weekend.  Still working on finding a new /home for all my stuff, but thank you all who have offered suggestions and hosting.
Playing with tor, but under no illusions that it makes me safe.

One trick I did was to add the following to my pf.conf file on OpenBSD:

block out all
pass out proto { tcp, udp } all user _tor

File info: 19Min, 9MB

Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk246/bsdtalk246.ogg