BSD Now Episode 292: AsiaBSDcon 2019 Recap

BSD Now Episode 292: AsiaBSDcon 2019 Recap

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling talk about the FreeBSD Q4 2018 status report, an alternative to GhostBSD, a cool 90s laptop, OpenSSH 8.0 quantum computing, Project Trident, and some others. Press play below to tune in: BSDNow.TV show...
BSD Now Episode 291: Storage Changes Software

BSD Now Episode 291: Storage Changes Software

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss storage change software, why Unix is special, pipeline +Unix commands, bakery on Emacs and PostgreSQL, making your tech talk memorable, context light-weight, and some more. Click play below to...
BSD Now Episode 290:  Timestamped Notes

BSD Now Episode 290: Timestamped Notes

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss Cavium ThunderX and FreeBSD, an OpenBSD user’s perspective on NetBSD, vim time-stamped notes, tagged OpenBSD 6.5, Google Summer of Code 2019, a UNIX-like OS for Hackers called SecBSD, and...
BSD Now Episode 289: Microkernel Failure

BSD Now Episode 289: Microkernel Failure

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss microkernel failure, OpenBSD’s pf and IPv6 fragmentation vulnerability, a guide to using terminal, Yubikey and SSH public key authentication, FreeBSD desktop tutorials, and some more....
BSD Now Episode 288: Turing Complete Sed

BSD Now Episode 288: Turing Complete Sed

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss Spectre-type bugs and software, proof of sed Turing complete, using Bastille with managed jails, netdata new version, grep and /dev/null, mutt and GMail, and some more. Click play below to tune...
BSD Now 287: rc.d in NetBSD

BSD Now 287: rc.d in NetBSD

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Benedict Reuschling and Allan Jude discuss NetBSD’s design and implementation of rc.d system, Project Trident 18.12 first impressions, FreeBSD disk image being PXE booted, middle mouse button paste, NetBSD and hardware accelerated...