BSD Now Episode 364: FreeBSD Wireless Grind

BSD Now Episode 364: FreeBSD Wireless Grind

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict & Allan discuss WebEngine GPU Acceleration and FreeBSD Qt, FreeBSD’s wireless stack grind, overlooking Illumos’s syseventadm, Unix learned to reboot, DragonflyBSD EXT2/3/4 File-System driver, and some others....
BSD Now Episode 363: Traditional Unix toolchains

BSD Now Episode 363: Traditional Unix toolchains

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan & Benedict discuss FreeBSD Q2 2020 status report, Traditional Unix Toolchains, BastilleBSD 0.7, Meltdown on DragonflyBSD, and some more. Hit play below to tune in: BSDNow.TV show notes: https://www.bsdnow.tv/363
BSD Now Episode 362: 2.11-BSD restoration

BSD Now Episode 362: 2.11-BSD restoration

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict, Allan, and JT interview Warner Losh regarding a history of Unix, 2.11-BSD restoration project, Unix heritage society, booting properly, and devmatch. Press play below to tune in: BSDNow.TV show notes:...
BSD Now Episode 361: Function-based MicroVM

BSD Now Episode 361: Function-based MicroVM

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss Emulex cheapest 10gbe for your homelab, In Search 2.11BSD, Fakecracker NetBSD function based MicroVM, powerpc64 snapshots for OpenBSD, OPNsense 20.1.8, and some others. Click play below to tune...
BSD Now Episode 360: Full circle

BSD Now Episode 360: Full circle

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss a chasing a bad commit, newly elected FreeBSD Core Team, NetBSD on Pinebook Pro, FreeBSD and Intel 10th gen i3 NUC, pf table size check & change, and some others. Hit play below to tune in:...
BSD Now Episode 359: Throwaway Browser

BSD Now Episode 359: Throwaway Browser

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss FreeBSD with “Pot” throw-away browser, OmniOS and OpenBSD guest bhyve, BSD vs Linux distro dev, FreeBSD laptop build, FreeBSD CURRENT Binary upgrades, and some others. Click play...