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S01E01 BGP & BSD 06/09/2013 We kick off the first episode with the latest BSD news, show you how to avoid intrusion detection systems and talk to Peter Hessler about BGP spam blacklists! This week on BSD Now: We talk about the Radeon KMS drivers being committed to 10-Current, Verisign embracing FreeBSD for the DNS root servers, fetch gets SSL certificate verification support, the FreeBSD foundation summer news letter, a series of upcoming Linux and BSD conferences, and an interview with Peter Hessler about his OpenBSD BGP spamd project.
S01E02 Engineering and Power Kegs 12/09/2013 BSD Now is BACK to talk with Glen Barber from the FreeBSD Release team, show you how to build your own binary package repository and discuss the latest BSD news! Hey folks and welcome to the second episode of BSD Now; your weekly trip into the news, views, tutorials, and pretty much all things BSD. We have an exciting show coming at your today with an interview with Glen Barber of the FreeBSD Foundation and the Release engineering team, along with a new tutorial for creating your own pkg-ng repository with the Poudriere utility. So turn up the volume and hang with us for a while on BSD Now. The place to B...SD.
S01E03 MX with TTX 20/09/2013 A tutorial on pkgng, we talk with the developers of OpenSMTPD about running a mail server OpenBSD-style, answer YOUR questions and, of course, discuss all the latest news.
S01E04 Teskeing the Possibilities 26/09/2013 We talk to Devin Teske about his work with bsdinstall, bsdconfig and all the other interesting things he’s been up to lately. This week we’re at EuroBSDCon, so we’ve just got an interview for you today. BSD Now will be back next week with a normal episode and lots of stories from the conference. We’ll also try to get some more interviews there.
S01E05 Stacks of Cache 03/10/2013 After returning from a successful EuroBSDCon in Malta, we’re back to get you caught up on all the latest news! We’ve got stories, interviews and a special treat for OpenBSD fans later in the show. All that and more on this week’s BSD Now, the place to B.. SD.
S01E06 Doing It de Raadt Way 11/10/2013 We chat with OpenBSD founder Theo de Raadt, and we’ll show you how to securely run graphical applications in a jail. Then we get you caught up on all the latest news.
S01E07 Go Directly to Jail(8) 18/10/2013 On this week’s show, you’ll be getting the full jail treatment. We’ll show you how to create and deploy BSD jails, as well as chatting with Poul-Henning Kamp – the guy who actually invented them! There’s lots of interesting news items to cover as well.
S01E08 A Brief Intorduction 25/10/2013 We chat with Antti Kantee from the NetBSD project about a crazy little thing called rump kernels. We’ll also be showing you all the different cool things you can do with BSD and the Tor network, as well as discussing all the latest news. So sit back and enjoy BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E09 -CURRENT Events 31/10/2013 We’ve got an interview with Henning Brauer about OpenBSD’s pf firewall, a tutorial on how to follow the -STABLE and -CURRENT branches of FreeBSD, a recap of what happened at vBSDCon this year and.. As always, lots of news to cover, so stay tuned to BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E10 Year of the BSD Desktop 07/11/2013 We’ll be talking to renowned BSD author Michael Lucas about his latest opus, “Sudo Mastery.” Also, we’ve heard your cries and we’ll also finally be showing you how to build a BSD desktop system from the ground up. There’s plenty of news items to cover as well, so stay tuned to BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E11 The Gateway Drug 15/11/2013 We sit down to chat with Justin Sherrill of the DragonflyBSD project about their new 3.6 release. Later on, we’ll be showing you a huge tutorial that’s been baking for over a month – how to build an OpenBSD router that’ll destroy any consumer router on the market! There’s lots of news to get caught up on as well, so sit back and enjoy some BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E12 Collecting SSHells 22/11/2013 This week we’ll be talking to Amitai Schlair of the NetBSD foundation about pkgsrc, NetBSD’s future plans and much more. After that, if you’ve ever wondered what all this SSH stuff is about, today’s tutorial has got you covered. We’ll be showing you the basics of SSH, as well as how to combine it with tmux for persistent sessions. News, feedback and everything else, right here on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E13 Bridging the Gap 29/11/2013 We sit down for an interview with Jordan Hubbard, one of the founders of the FreeBSD project – and the one who invented ports! Later in the show, we’ll be showing you some new updates to the OpenBSD router tutorial from a couple weeks ago. We’ve also got news, your questions and even our first viewer-submitted video, right here on BSD Now.. the place to B.. SD.
S01E14 Zettabytes for Days 06/12/2013 This week is the long-awaited episode you’ve been asking for! We’ll be giving you a crash course on becoming a ZFS wizard, as well as having a chat with George Wilson about the OpenZFS project’s recent developments. We have answers to your feedback emails and there are some great news items to get caught up on too, so stay tuned to BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E15 Kickin' NAS 12/12/2013 We’ll be looking at the new version of FreeNAS, a BSD-based network attached storage solution, as well as talking to Josh Paetzel – one of the key developers of FreeNAS. Actually, he’s on the FreeBSD release engineering team too, and does quite a lot for the project. We’ve got answers to viewer-submitted questions and plenty of news to cover, so get ready for some BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E16 Cryptocrystalline 20/12/2013 We’ll be showing you how to do a fully-encrypted installation of FreeBSD and OpenBSD. We also have an interview with Damien Miller – one of the lead developers of OpenSSH – about some recent crypto changes in the project. If you’re into data security, today’s the show for you. The latest news and all your burning questions answered, right here on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E17 The Gift of Giving 24/12/2013 Merry Christmas everyone! We’re taking the holiday off and just have an interview for you today. We sat down with Scott Long to discuss using FreeBSD at Netflix and lots of other things. Next week we will return with the normal round of news and tutorials.
S01E18 Eclipsing Binaries 31/12/2013 Put away the Christmas trees and update your ports trees! We’re back with the first show of 2014, and we’ve got some catching up to do. This time on the show, we have an interview with Baptiste Daroussin about the future of FreeBSD binary packages. Following that, we’ll be highlighting a cool script to do binary upgrades on OpenBSD. Lots of holiday news and listener feedback, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E19 The Installfest 08/01/2014 We’ve got some special treats for you this week on the show. It’s the long-awaited “installfest” segment, where we go through the installer of each of the different BSDs. Of course we also have your feedback and the latest news as well… and… we even have our very first viewer contest! There’s a lot to get to today on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E20 Bhyve Mind 15/01/2014 It’s our big 20th episode! We’re going to sit down for a chat with Neel Natu and Peter Grehan, the developers of bhyve. Not familiar with bhyve? Our tutorial will show you all you need to know about this awesome new virtualization technology. Answers to your questions and all the latest news, here on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E21 Tendresse for Ten 23/01/2014 We’ve got some great news for OpenBSD, as well as the scoop on FreeBSD 10.0-RELEASE – yes it’s finally here! We’re gonna talk to Colin Percival about running FreeBSD 10 on EC2 and lots of other interesting stuff. After that, we’ll be showing you how to do some bandwidth monitoring and network performance testing in a combo tutorial. We’ve got a round of your questions and the latest news, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E22 Journaled News-Updates 30/01/2014 We talk with George Neville-Neil about the brand new FreeBSD Journal and what it’s all about. After that, we’ve got a tutorial on how to track the -stable and -current branches of OpenBSD. Answers to all your BSD questions and the latest headlines, only on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E23 Time Signatures 06/02/2014 We’ll be talking with Ted Unangst of the OpenBSD team about their new signing infrastructure. After that, we’ve got a tutorial on how to run your own NTP server. News, your feedback and even… the winner of our tutorial contest! It’s a big show, so stay tuned to BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E24 The Cluster & The Cloud 11/02/2014 This week on BSD Now… a wrap-up from NYCBSDCon! We’ll also be talking to Luke Marsden, CEO of HybridCluster, about how they use BSD at large. Following that, our tutorial will show you how to securely share files with SFTP in a chroot. The latest news and answers to your questions, of course it’s BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E25 A Sixth pfSense 20/02/2014 We sit down for an interview with Chris Buechler, from the pfSense project, to learn just how easy it can be to deploy a BSD firewall. We’ll also be showing you a walkthrough of the pfSense interface so you can get an idea of just how convenient and powerful it is. Answers to your questions and the latest headlines, here on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E26 Port Authority 27/02/2014 On today’s show we have an interview with Joe Marcus Clark, one of the original portmgr members in FreeBSD, and one of the key GNOME porters. Keeping along with that topic, we have a FreeBSD ports tutorial for you as well. The latest news and answers to your BSD questions, right here on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E27 BSD Now vs. BSDTalk 06/03/2014 The long-awaited meetup is finally happening on today’s show. We’re going to be interviewing the original BSD podcaster, Will Backman, to discuss what he’s been up to and what the future of BSD advocacy looks like. After that, we’ll be showing you how to track (and even cross-compile!) the -CURRENT branch of NetBSD. We’ve got answers to user-submitted questions and the latest news, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E28 Ghost of Partition 13/03/2014 This week we’re at AsiaBSDCon, so it’ll be a shorter episode. We’ve got an interview with Eric Turgeon, founder of the desktop-focused GhostBSD project. Haven’t heard of GhostBSD? Well stay tuned then. We’ll be back next week with a normal episode.
S01E29 P.E.F.S. 20/03/2014 We’re back from AsiaBSDCon! This week we’ll be chatting with Gleb Kurtsou about some a filesystem-level encryption utility called PEFS. After that, we’ll give you a step by step guide on how to actually use it. There’s also the usual round of your questions and we’ve got a lot of news to catch up on, so stay tuned to BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E30 Documentation is King 27/03/2014 We chat with Warren Block to discuss BSD documentation efforts and future plans. If you’ve ever wondered about the scary world of mailing lists, today’s tutorial will show you the basics of how to get help and contribute back. There’s lots to get to today, so sit back and enjoy some BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E31 Edgy BSD Users 03/04/2014 This week we’ll be talking to Richard Stallman about the upcoming GPLv4 and how it will protect our software from being stolen. After that, we’ll show you how to recover from those pesky ZFS on Linux corruption issues, as well as some tips on how to explain to your boss that all the production boxes were compromised. Your questions and all the latest GNUs, on Linux Now – the place to Lin.. ux.
S01E32 PXE Dust 10/04/2014 We show off OpenBSD’s new “autoinstall” feature to do completely automatic, unattended installations. We also have an interview with Dru Lavigne about all the writing work she does for FreeBSD, PCBSD and FreeNAS. The latest headlines and answers to your emails, on BSD Now – it’s the place to B.. SD.
S01E33 Certified Package Delivery 17/04/2014 We sit down with Jim Brown from the BSD Certification group to talk about the BSD exams. Following that, we’ll be showing you how to build OpenBSD binary packages in bulk, a la poudriere. There’s a boatload of news and we’ve got answers to your questions, coming up on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E34 It's Gonna Get NASty 23/04/2014 This week, Allan’s at a conference so we’ve got a short episode for you. We sat down with John Hixson to discuss FreeNAS development and all their future plans. The show will be back next week with a normal episode.
S01E35 Puffy Firewall 30/04/2014 We’re back again! On this week’s packed show, we’ve got one of the biggest tutorials we’ve done in a while. It’s an in-depth look at PF, OpenBSD’s firewall, with some practical examples and different use cases. We’ll also be talking to Peter Hansteen about the new edition of “The Book of PF.” Of course, we’ve got news and answers to your emails too, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E36 Let's Get RAID 09/05/2014 This week on the show we’ll be showing you how to set up RAID arrays in FreeBSD. There’s also an interview with David Chisnall – of the FreeBSD core team – about the switch to Clang and a lot more. Sit back and enjoy some BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E37 BSDCanned Goods 16/05/2014 This week we’re at BSDCan, ganging up on people and forcing them to give us interviews. Assuming we don’t get arrested for harassment, we’ll be back next week with your regularly scheduled programming. For now, we’ve got some feedback emails to catch up on, as well as a prerecorded talk Matt Ahrens gave about ZFS. We’ll be back to tell you all about the conference next week, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E38 A BUG's Life 22/05/2014 We’re back from BSDCan! This week on the show we’ll be chatting with Brian Callahan and Aaron Bieber about forming a local BSD users group. We’ll get to hear their experiences of running one and maybe encourage some of you to start your own! After that, we’ve got a tutorial on the basics of NetBSD’s package manager, pkgsrc. Answers to your emails and the latest headlines, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E39 The Friendly Sandbox 29/05/2014 This time on the show we’ll be talking with Jon Anderson about Capsicum and Casper to securely sandbox processes. After that, our tutorial will show you how to encrypt all your DNS lookups, either on a single system or for your whole network. News, emails and all the usual fun, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E40 AirPorts & Packages 05/06/2014 On this week’s episode, we’ll be giving you an introductory guide on OpenBSD’s ports and package system. There’s also a pretty fly interview with Karl Lehenbauer, about how they use FreeBSD at FlightAware. Lots of interesting news and answers to all your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E41 Commit This Bit 12/06/2014 This week in the big show, we’ll be interviewing Benedict Reuschling of the FreeBSD documentation team, and he has a special surprise in store for Allan. As always, answers to your questions and all the latest news, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E42 Devious Methods 19/06/2014 Coming up this week, we’ll be showing you how to chain SSH connections, as well as some cool tricks you can do with it. Going along with that theme, we also have an interview with Bryce Chidester about running a BSD-based shell provider. News, emails and cowsay turkeys, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E43 Package Design 26/06/2014 It’s a big show this week! We’ll be interviewing Marc Espie about OpenBSD’s package system and build cluster. Also, we’ve been asked many times “how do I keep my BSD box up to date?” Well, today’s tutorial should finally answer that. Answers to all your emails and this week’s headlines, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E44 Base ISO 100 03/07/2014 This time on the show, we’ll be sitting down to talk with Craig Rodrigues about Jenkins and the FreeBSD testing infrastructure. Following that, we’ll show you how to roll your own OpenBSD ISOs with all the patches already applied… ISO can’t wait! This week’s news and answers to all your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E45 ZFS War Stories 10/07/2014 This week Allan is at BSDCam in the UK, so we’ll be back with a regular episode next week. For now though, here’s an interview with Josh Paetzel about some crazy experiences he’s had with ZFS.
S01E46 Network Iodometry 17/07/2014 We’re back and this week we’ll be showing you how to tunnel out of a restrictive network using only DNS queries. We also sat down with Bryan Drewery, from the FreeBSD portmgr team, to talk all about their building cluster and some recent changes. All the latest news and answers to your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E47 DES Challenge IV 24/07/2014 Coming up this week on the show! We’ve got an interview with Dag-Erling Smørgrav, the current security officer of FreeBSD, to discuss what exactly being in such an important position is like. The latest news, answers to your emails and even some LibreSSL drama, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E48 Liberating SSL 31/07/2014 Coming up in this week’s episode, we’ll be talking with one of OpenBSD’s newest developers – Brent Cook – about the portable version of LibreSSL and how it’s developed. We’ve also got some important information about the FreeBSD port of LibreSSL. The latest news and your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E49 The PC-BSD Tour 06/08/2014 Coming up this week on the show, we’ve got something special for you! We’ll be giving you an in-depth look at all of the graphical PC-BSD utilities. That’s right, BSD doesn’t have to be command line only anymore! There’s also the usual round of answers to your emails and all the latest headlines, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E50 VPN, My Dear Watson 13/08/2014 It’s our 50th episode, and we’re going to show you how to protect your internet traffic with a BSD-based VPN. We’ll also be talking to Robert Watson, of the FreeBSD core team, about security research, exploit mitigation and a whole lot more. The latest news and answers to all of your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E51 Engineering Nginx 20/08/2014 We’ll be showing you how to set up a secure, SSL-only webserver. There’s also an interview with Eric Le Blan about community participation and FreeBSD’s role in the commercial server space. All that and more, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E52 Reverse Takeover 27/08/2014 Coming up this week, we’ll be chatting with Shawn Webb about his recent work with ASLR and PIE in FreeBSD. After that, we’ll be showing you how you can create a reverse SSH tunnel to a system behind a firewall… how sneaky. Answers to your emails plus the latest news, on BSD Now, the place to B.. SD.
S01E53 It’s HAMMER Time 03/09/2014 It’s our one year anniversary episode, and we’ll be talking with Reyk Floeter about the new OpenBSD webserver – why it was created and where it’s going. After that, we’ll show you the ins and outs of DragonFly’s HAMMER FS. Answers to viewer-submitted questions and the latest headlines, on a very special BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E54 Luminary Environment 10/09/2014 This week on the show, it’s all about Lumina. We’ll be giving you a visual walkthrough of the new BSD-exclusive desktop environment, as well as chatting with the main developer. There’s also answers to your emails and all the latest news, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD
S01E55 The Promised WLAN 17/09/2014 Coming up this week, we’ll be talking with Adrian Chadd about all things wireless, his experience with FreeBSD on various laptop hardware and a whole lot more. As usual, we’ve got the latest news and answers to all your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E56 Beastly Infrastructure 24/09/2014 This week we’re on the other side of the Atlantic, attending EuroBSDCon. For now, we’ve got an awesome interview with Peter Wemm about the FreeBSD web cluster and infrastructure. It’s an inside look that you probably won’t hear about anywhere else! We’ll also get to a couple of your emails today, and be back next week with all the usual goodies, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E57 The Daemon’s Apprentice 02/10/2013 We’re back from EuroBSDCon! This week we’ll be talking with Steve Wills about mentoring new BSD developers. If you’ve ever considered becoming a developer or helping out, it’s actually really easy to get involved. We’ve also got all the BSD news for the week and answers to your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E58 Behind the Masq 08/10/2014 Coming up this week on the show, we’ll be talking to Matt Ranney and George Kola about how they use FreeBSD at Voxer, and how to get more companies to switch over. After that, we’ll show you how to filter website ads at the gateway level, using DNSMasq. All this week’s news and answers to your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E59 BSD?????????? 15/10/2014 This week on the show we’ll be talking with Hiroki Sato about the status of BSD in Japan. We also get to hear about how he got on the core team, and we just might find out why NetBSD is so popular over there! Answers to all your emails, the latest news, and even a brand new segment, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E60 Don’t Buy a Router 22/10/2014 This week on the show we’re joined by Olivier Cochard-Labbé, the creator of both FreeNAS and the BSD Router Project! We’ll be discussing what the BSD Router Project is, what it’s for and where it’s going. All this week’s headlines and answers to viewer-submitted questions, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E61 IPSECond Wind 30/10/2014 This week on the show, we sat down with John-Mark Gurney to talk about modernizing FreeBSD’s IPSEC stack. We’ll learn what he’s adding, what needed to be fixed and how we’ll benefit from the changes. As always, answers to your emails and all of this week’s news, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E62 Gift from the Sun 06/11/2014 We’re away at MeetBSD this week, but we’ve still got a great show for you. We’ll be joined by Pawel Dawidek, who’s done quite a lot of things in FreeBSD over the years, including the initial ZFS port. We’ll get to hear how that came about, what he’s up to now and a whole lot more. We’ll be back next week with a normal episode of BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E63 A Man’s man(1) 13/11/2014 This time on the show, we’ve got an interview with Kristaps Džonsons, the creator of mandoc. He tells us how the project got started and what its current status is across the various BSDs. We also have a mini-tutorial on using PF to throttle bandwidth. This week’s news, answers to your emails and even some cheesy mailing list gold, coming up on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E64 Rump Kernels Revisited 20/11/2014 This time on the show, we’ll be talking with Justin Cormack about NetBSD rump kernels. We’ll learn how to run them on other operating systems, what’s planned for the future and a lot more. As always, answers to viewer-submitted questions and all the news for the week, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E65 8,000,000 Mogofoo-ops 27/11/2014 Coming up on the show this week, we’ve got an interview with Brendan Gregg of Netflix. He’s got a lot to say about performance tuning and benchmarks & even some pretty funny stories about how people have done them incorrectly. As always, this week’s news & answers to your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E66 Conference Connoisseur 04/12/2014 This week on the show, we’ll be talking with Paul Schenkeveld, chairman of the EuroBSDCon foundation. He tells us about his experiences running BSD conferences and how regular users can get involved too. We’ve also got answers to all your emails and the latest news, coming up on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E67 Must Be Rigged 11/12/2014 Coming up this week on the show, we’ve got an interview with Patrick Wildt, one of the developers of Bitrig. We’ll find out all the details of their OpenBSD fork, what makes it different and what their plans are going forward. We’ve also got all the week’s news and answers to your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E68 Just the Essentials 18/12/2014 Coming up this week, we’ll be talking with Michael Lucas about his newest BSD book, “FreeBSD Mastery: Storage Essentials.” It’s got lots of great information about the disk subsystems, GEOM, filesystems, you name it. We’ve also got the usual round of news & answers to your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E69 Under the Ports Tree 25/12/2014 It’s a special holiday episode! We asked you guys in the audience to send in the tale of how you first got into BSD, and we’re going to share those with everyone today. We’ll also be playing two bonus mini-interviews, so get comfy by the fire and listen to some BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E70 Daemons in the North 01/01/2015 It’s our last episode of 2014, and we’ll be chatting with Dan Langille about the upcoming BSDCan conference. We’ll find out what’s planned and what sorts of presentations they’re looking for. As usual, answers to viewer-submitted questions and all the week’s news, coming up on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E71 System Disaster 08/01/2015 This time on the show, we’ll be talking to Ian Sutton about his new BSD compatibility wrappers for various systemd dependencies. Don’t worry, systemd is not being ported to BSD! We’re still safe! We’ve also got all the week’s news and answers to your emails, coming up on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E72 Common *Sense Approach 15/01/2015 This week on the show, we’ll be talking to Jos Schellevis about OPNsense, a new firewall project that was forked from pfSense. We’ll learn some of the backstory and see what they’ve got planned for the future. We’ve also got all this week’s news and answers to all your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E73 Pipe Dreams 22/01/2015 This week on the show we’ll be chatting with David Maxwell, a former NetBSD security officer. He’s got an interesting project called Pipecut that takes a whole new approach to the commandline. We’ve also got answers to viewer-submitted questions and all this week’s headlines, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E74 That Sly MINIX 29/01/2015 Coming up this week, we’ve got something a little bit different for you. We’ll be talking with Andrew Tanenbaum, the creator of MINIX. They’ve recently imported parts of NetBSD into their OS, and we’ll find out how and why that came about. As always, all the latest news and answers to your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E75 From the Foundation (Part 1) 05/02/2015 This week on the show, we’ll be starting a two-part series detailing the activities of various BSD foundations. Ed Maste from the FreeBSD foundation will be joining us this time, and we’ll talk about what all they’ve been up to lately. All this week’s news and answers to viewer-submitted questions, coming up on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E76 Time for a Change 12/02/2015 This week, we’ll be talking to Henning Brauer about OpenNTPD and its recently revived portable version. After that, we’ll be discussing different ways to securely tunnel your traffic: specifically OpenVPN, IPSEC, SSH and Tor. All that and the latest news, coming up on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E77 Noah's L2ARC 19/02/2015 This week on the show, we’ll be chatting with Alex Reece and Matt Ahrens about what’s new in the world of OpenZFS. After that, we’re starting a new tutorial series on submitting your first patch. All the latest BSD news and answers to your emails, coming up on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E78 From the Foundation (Part 2) 26/02/2015 This week we continue our two-part series on the activities of various BSD foundations. Ken Westerback joins us today to talk all about the OpenBSD foundation and what it is they do. We’ve also got answers to your emails and all the latest news, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E79 Just Add QEMU 05/03/2015 Coming up this time on the show, we’ll be talking to Sean Bruno. He’s been using poudriere and QEMU to cross compile binary packages, and has some interesting stories to tell about it. We’ve also got answers to viewer-submitted questions and all this week’s news, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E80 The PC-BSD Tour II 12/03/2015 We’re away at AsiaBSDCon this week, but we’ve still got a packed episode for you. First up is a sequel to the “PC-BSD tour” segment from a while back, highlighting how ZFS boot environments work. After that, Justin Gibbs joins us to talk about the FreeBSD foundation’s 15th anniversary. We’ll return next week with a normal episode of BSD Now – which is of course, the place to B.. SD.
S01E81 Puffy in a Box 19/03/2015 We’re back from AsiaBSDCon! This week on the show, we’ll be talking to Lawrence Teo about how Calyptix uses OpenBSD in their line of commercial routers. They’re getting BSD in the hands of Windows admins who don’t even realize it. We also have all this week’s news and answer to your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E82 SSL in the Wild 26/03/2015 We’ll be chatting with Bernard Spil about wider adoption of LibreSSL in other communities. He’s been doing a lot of work with FreeBSD ports specifically, but also working with upstream projects. As usual, all this weeks news and answers to your questions, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E83 woN DSB 02/04/2015 Coming up this week on the show, we’ll be talking to Kamila Sou?ková, a Google intern. She’s been working on the FreeBSD pager daemon, and also tells us about her initial experiences trying out BSD and going to a conference. As always, all the week’s news and answers to your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E84 pkg remove freebsd-update 09/04/2015 On this week’s mini-episode, we’ll be talking with Baptiste Daroussin about packaging the FreeBSD base system with pkgng. Is this the best way going forward, or are we getting dangerously close to being Linux-like? We’ll find out, and also get to a couple of your emails while we’re at it, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E85 PIE in the Sky 16/04/2015 This time on the show, we’ll be talking with Pascal Stumpf about static PIE in the upcoming OpenBSD release. He’ll tell us what types of attacks it prevents, and why it’s such a big deal. We’ve also got answers to questions from you in the audience and all this week’s news, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E86 Business as Usual 23/04/2015 Coming up this time on the show, we’ll be chatting with Antoine Jacoutot about how M:Tier uses BSD in their business. After that, we’ll be discussing the different release models across the BSDs, and which style we like the most. As always, answers to your emails and all the latest news, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E87 On the List 30/04/2015 Coming up this time on the show, we’ll be speaking with Christos Zoulas, a NetBSD security officer. He’s got a new project called blacklistd, with some interesting possibilities for stopping bruteforce attacks. We’ve also got answers to your emails and all this week’s news, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E88 Below the Clouds 07/05/2015 This time on the show, we’ll be talking with Ed Schouten about CloudABI. It’s a new application binary interface with a strong focus on isolation and restricted capabilities. As always, all this week’s BSD news and answers to your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E89 Exclusive Disjunction 14/05/2015 This week on the show, we’ll be talking to Mike Larkin about various memory protections in OpenBSD. We’ll cover recent W^X improvements, SSP, ASLR, PIE and all kinds of acronyms! We’ve also got a bunch of news and answers to your questions, coming up on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E90 ZFS Armistice 21/05/2015 This time on the show, we’ll be chatting with Jed Reynolds about ZFS. He’s been using it extensively on a certain other OS, and we can both learn a bit about the other side’s implementation. Answers to your questions and all this week’s news, coming up on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E91 Vox Populi 28/05/2015 This week on the show, we’ve got something pretty different. We went to a Linux convention and asked various people if they’ve ever tried BSD and what they know about it. Stay tuned for that, all this week’s news and, of course, answers to your emails, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E92 BSD After Midnight 04/06/2015 Coming up this week, we’ll be chatting with Lucas Holt, founder of MidnightBSD. It’s a slightly lesser-known fork of FreeBSD, with a focus on easy desktop use. We’ll find out what’s different about it and why it was created. Answers to your emails and all this week’s news, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E93 Stacked in Our Favor 11/06/2015 We’re at BSDCan this week, but fear not! We’ve got a great interview with Sepherosa Ziehau, a DragonFly developer, about their network stack. After that, we’ll be discussing different methods of containment and privilege separation. Assuming no polar bears eat us, we’ll be back next week with more BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E94 Builder's Insurance 18/06/2015 This week on the show, we’ll be chatting with Marc Espie. He’s recently added some additional security measures to dpb, OpenBSD’s package building tool, and we’ll find out why they’re so important. We’ve also got all this week’s news, answers to your emails and even a BSDCan wrap-up, coming up on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E95 Bitrot Group Therapy 25/06/2015 This time on the show, we’ll be talking some ZFS with Sean Chittenden. He’s been using it on FreeBSD at Groupon, and has some interesting stories about how it’s saved his data. Answers to your emails and all of this week’s headlines, on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E96 Lost Technology 02/07/2015 Coming up this week, we’ll be talking with Jun Ebihara about some lesser-known CPU architectures in NetBSD. He’ll tell us what makes these old (and often forgotten) machines so interesting. As usual, we’ve also got answers to your emails and all this week’s news on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E97 Big Network, SmallWall 09/07/2015 Coming up this time on the show, we’ll be chatting with Lee Sharp. He’s recently revived the m0n0wall codebase, now known as SmallWall, and we’ll find out what the future holds for this new addition to the BSD family. As usual, we’ve also got answers to your emails and all this week’s news on BSD Now – the place to B.. SD.
S01E98 Our Code is Your Code 16/07/2015 Coming up this time on the show, we’ll be talking with the CTO of Xinuos, David Meyer, about their adoption of FreeBSD. We also discuss the BSD license model for businesses & the benefits of contributing changes back.
S01E99 BSD Gnow 23/07/2015 This week we’ll be talking with Ryan Lortie and Baptiste Daroussin about GNOME on BSD. Upstream development is finally treating the BSDs as a first class citizen, so we’ll hear about how the recent porting efforts have been since.
S01E100 Straight from the Src 30/07/2015 We’ve finally reached a hundred episodes, and this week we’ll be talking to Sebastian Wiedenroth about pkgsrc. Though originally a NetBSD project, now it runs pretty much everywhere & he even runs a conference about it!
S01E101 I'll Fix Everything 06/08/2015 Coming up this week, we’ll be talking with Adrian Chadd about an infamous reddit thread he made. With a title like “what would you like to see in FreeBSD?” and hundreds of responses, well, we’ve got a lot to cover…
S01E102 May Contain ZFS 13/08/2015 This week on the show, we’ll be talking with Peter Toth. He’s got a jail management system called “iocage” that’s been getting pretty popular recently. Have we finally found a replacement for ezjail? We’ll see how it stacks up.
S01E103 Ubuntu Slaughters Kittens 20/08/2015 Allan’s away at BSDCam this week, but we’ve still got an exciting episode for you. We sat down with Bryan Cantrill, CTO of Joyent, to talk about a wide variety of topics: dtrace, ZFS, pkgsrc, containers & much more. This is easily our longest interview to date!
S01E104 Beverly Hills 25519 27/08/2015 Coming up this week on the show, we’ll be talking with Damien Miller of the OpenSSH team. We will be discussing some of the changes in their latest 7.0 release, including phasing out older crypto and changing one of the defaults that might surprise you.
S01E105 Virginia BSD Assembly 03/09/2015 It’s already our two-year anniversary! This time on the show, we’ll be chatting with Scott Courtney, vice president of infrastructure engineering at Verisign, about this year’s vBSDCon. What’s it have to offer in that’s different in the BSD conference space? We’ll find out!
S01E106 Multipath TCP 10/09/2015 This week, we have Nigel Williams here to bring us all sorts of info about Multipath TCP, what it is, how it works and the ongoing effort to bring it into FreeBSD. All that and of course the latest BSD news coming your way, right now!
S01E107 In their midst 16/09/2015 This week we are going to be talking with Aaron Poffenberger who has much to share with about his first hand experience in infiltrating Linux conferences with BSD awesomeness.
S01E108 ServeUp BSD 23/09/2015 This week on the show Allan is heading over to Sweden and he is going to be enjoying EuroBSD-con but we have a great interview with Andrew Pantyukhin to bring you. We are going to be discussing everything from contributions to FreeBSD, which technologies have worked best in the data center under config management and much more.
S01E109 Impish BSD 01/10/2015 This week, we have a great interview with Warner Losh of the FreeBSD project! We will be discussing everything from automatic kernel module loading, IO scheduling & of course NanoBSD.
S01E110 Firmware Fights 07/10/2015 This week on BSD Now, Allans Back from EuroBSD Con and get to hear all of his wrap up. We also have a great interview with Benno Rice from Isilon. We got a discuss some of the pain of doing major forks lift upgrades and why your business should always track current.
S01E111 Xenocratic Oath 14/10/2015 Coming up on this weeks episode, we have BSD news, tid bits, and articles out the wazoo to share. Also be sure to stick around for our interview with Brandon Mercer as he tells us about OpenBSD being used in the healthcare industry.
S01E112 Tracing the source 21/10/2015 This week Alan is away at a ZFS conference so it seems kinda fitting that we have a great interview with Adam Leventhal, while we are going to discuss all kinds of ZFS and DTrace history. That plus the latest news and some items we could not get to last week, so stay tuned to BSD Now is coming to you right now.
S01E113 What’s Next for BSD? 28/10/2015 Coming up on this week’s episode, we have an interview Jordan Hubbard about the new NextBSD project & the future of BSD. Also Allan’s re-cap of the OpenZFS conference & of course your latest news!
S01E114 BSD-Schooling 04/11/2015 Allan is out of town this week at another Developer Summit but we have a great episode coming up with Brian Callahan where we discuss BSD in education. Also, news & a lot of user feedback to get to, so sit back & relax, more BSD is coming your way right now!
S01E115 Controlling the Transmissions 11/11/2015 Allan is back from the latest FreeBSD Dev Summit & we’ll get to hear his recap of the event. We also have an interview with Hiren, who will be telling us about the ongoing work of improving the TCP stack in FreeBSD.
S01E116 Arcing ZFS 18/11/2015 This week on BSDNow, we are going to be talking to George Wilson AKA ‘zfsdude’ about some exciting changes coming to ZFS’s ARC. Also, the latest news & a whole slew of your questions!
S01E117 The Cantrill Strikes Back 26/11/2015 As we get ready for the Holiday season, we wanted to give you a special present early! Back by popular demand, Brian Cantrill is here to give us his latest rants, specifically on Linux Interfaces! All this and the weeks headlines, coming right up on BSDNow!
S01E118 BSD is go for Launch 03/12/2015 We know init systems have been all the rage recently, from systemd to openrc, launchd & even nosh, a lot of work is being done in this arena. Today we will be interviewing Mark Heily to discuss his efforts on relaunchd & how it differs from the rest!
S01E119 There be Dragons, BSD Dragons! 10/12/2015 This week on BSDNow - It’s getting close to christmas and the presents seem to be dropping early! We have a new DragonflyBSD release, loads of news, and an exciting interview with NetBSD developer Paul Goyette coming your way right now!
S01E120 I’m talking about the man in the middle 17/12/2015 This week on BSDNow, we are going to be talking to Pawel about how his company uses BSD in their security appliances, including some trickery with SSL certificates. You won’t want to mess this, plus the latest news & headlines, coming your way right now.
S01E121 All your hyves are belong to us 24/12/2015 This week on the show, we are going to be talking to Trent Thompson, the founder and lead developer of the new ‘iohyve’ utility. Stick around, so you can find out the exciting direction of virtualization on FreeBSD. That, plus the latest news, heading your way right now.
S01E122 The BSD Black Box 31/12/2015 This week on the show, we will be interviewing Alex Rosenberg to discuss his work on LLVM/Clang & his work with BSD at a large console gaming company. (Hint, it wasn’t Microsoft). All this, and the latest BSD news coming your way right now!
S01E123 ZFS in the trenches 07/01/2016 This week on BSDNow, we will be talking shop with Josh Paetzel of FreeNAS fame, hearing about his best dos and don'ts of using ZFS in production. Also, a quick look back at 2015 & lots of stuff to start talking about for 2016; Welcome to another exciting year of BSD Now!
S01E124 Get your engine(x) started! 14/01/2016 This week on the show, we have a very full news roster to rundown, plus an oldie, but goodie with Igor of the nginx project. That plus all your questions and feedback, keep it tuned to BSDNow, the place to B…SD.
S01E125 DevSummits, Core and the Baldwin 21/01/2016 This week on the show, we will be talking to FreeBSD developer & former core-team member John Baldwin about a variety of topics, including everything you wanted or needed to know about running a DevSummit. Coming up right now on BSDNow, the place to B…SD.
S01E126 illuminating the future on PC-BSD 28/01/2016 This week on BSDNow, we are going to be talking to Ken Moore about the Lumina desktop environment, where it stands now & looking ahead. Then Allan turns the tables & interviews both Kris & Ken about new ongoings in PC-BSD land. Stay tuned, lots of exciting show is coming your way right now on BSDNow, the place to B…SD!
S01E127 DNS, Black Holes & Willem 04/02/2016 Today on the show, we welcome Allan back from FOSSDEM & enjoy an interview with Willem about DNS and MTU Black Holes. That plus all the weeks news, keep it turned here to BSD Now, the place to B…SD!
S01E128 The State of BSD 11/02/2016 This week on BSDNow, we interview Nick Wolff about how FreeBSD is used across the State of Ohio & some of the specific technology used. That, plus the latest news is coming your way right now on BSDNow, the place to B…SD.
S01E129 Synthesize all the Things! 17/02/2016 Coming up this week, we will be talking to John Marino about his work on the ports-mgmt utility “Synth” and the cross-pollination between DragonFly and FreeBSD. That plus the latest news and your email here on BSD Now, the place to B… SD!
S01E130 Store all the Things 25/02/2016 Allan is back from the Storage Summit in Silicon Valley! We are going to get his thoughts on how the conference went, plus bring you the latest ZFS info discussed. That plus the usual BSD news is headed your way right now!
S01E131 BSD Behind The Chalkboard 03/03/2016 This week on the show, we have an interview with Jamie McParland of the Newburg public school district in Oregon. We are going to get an inside look at how they use BSD in various aspects operations across their network, as well as bringing you the latest news and questions. Keep it tuned to BSDNow, the place to B…SD!
S01E132 Scaling up with BSD 10/03/2016 This week, Allan & I are away at AsiaBSDCon! (If you aren’t there, you are missing out). We will be back with a live episode next week. However, we’ve been asked for Allan to tell us about ScaleEngine’s use of BSD for a while now & we want to take this time to share it with you. That & some Beastie Bits for your consumption, all this week on BSDNow.
S01E133 The Tokyo Debrief 17/03/2016 This week on BSDNow, Allan and I are back from AsiaBSDCon & we have an interview with Brad Davis about the new “Packaging Base” call-for-testing. We’ll be sharing our thoughts and stories on how the week went, along with updating you on the latest news.
S01E134 Marking up the Ports tree 24/03/2016 This week on the show, Allan & Kris have gotten a bit more sleep since AsiaBSDCon, which is excellent since there is a LOT of news to cover. That plus our interview with Ports SecTeam member Mark Felder. So keep it tuned to BSDNow, the place to B…SD!
S01E135 Speciality MWL 31/03/2016 This week on the show, we interview author Michael W Lucas to discuss his new book in the FreeBSD Mastery series: “Specialty Filesystems”. That plus the latest news, feedback & more!
S01E136 This is GNN 07/04/2016 This week on the show, we will be interviewing GNN of the FreeBSD project to talk about the new TeachBSD initiative. That plus the latest BSD headlines, all coming your way right now!
S01E137 FreeNAS Mini XL 14/04/2016 This week on BSD Now, I’m out of town for the week, but we have a special unboxing video to share with you that you won’t want to miss. That, plus the latest BSD news, is coming your way right now!
S01E138 Rushing into BSD 21/04/2016 This week on the show, we will be talking to Benedict Reushling about his role with the FreeBSD foundation and the journey that took him there. That plus a few weeks worth of news to get caught up on, coming up next on BSDNow!
S01E139 Cheri-picking BSD 28/04/2016 This week, Allan is out of town, but since when has that ever stopped us from bringing you a new episode of BSDNow? We have news, feedback & an excellent interview with Brooks Davis telling us about CheriBSD that you won’t want to miss.
S01E141 BSD Likes Ike! 12/05/2016 This week on the show, we have all the latest news & stories! Plus we’ll be hearing more about OpnSense from the man himself, Ike! Sit tight, the show starts now on your place to B…SD!
S01E142 Diving for BSD Perls 19/05/2016 This week on the show, we have all the latest news and stories! Plus an interview with BSD developer Alfred Perlstein, that you won’t want to miss. Sit tight, the show starts now on your place to B…SD!
S01E143 One small step for DRM, one giant leap for BSD 26/05/2016 This week on BSDNow, we have an interview with Matthew Macy, who has some exciting news to share with us regarding the state of graphics on FreeBSD. That plus all the latest news on BSDNow, the place to B…SD!
S01E144 The PF life 02/06/2016 It’s only one-week away from BSDCan, both Allan & I are excited to meet some of you in person! However, the show keeps on chugging & this week we have an interview with Kristof Provost, to tell us about PF improvements in FreeBSD. That plus the latest news, here on your place to B….SD!
S01E145 At the Core of it all 09/06/2016 It’s BSDCan time! Allan & I are both enjoying what is sure to be a super-busy week, but don’t think we’ve forgotten about you. We have an interview with Benno Rice to help get you through until the next live-episode. So stick around, the show is coming your way right now.
S01E146 Music to Beastie’s ears 16/06/2016 Kris is on vacation this week, so allan flies solo, provides a recap of BSDCan & covers a boatload of news including Microsoft providing support & SLAs for BSD, how terrible select() may be, an interview with Hans Petter Selasky about designing the USB drivers for FreeBSD & more!
S01E147 Release all the things! 23/06/2016 On this episode of BSDNow, we will be talking to Glen Barber & Peter Wemm of the FreeBSD RE and Cluster Admin teams! That plus our re-cap of BSDCan and the latest news, all on your place to B…SD!
S01E148 The place to B… A Robot! 30/06/2016 This week on the show, Allan & I are going to be showing you a very interesting interview we did talking about using FreeBSD to drive a Robot! You won’t want to miss this one. That plus all the latest news, heading your way right now!
S01E149 A Wild Dexter Appears! 07/07/2016 Today on the show, we are going to be chatting with Michael Dexter about a variety of topics, but of course including bhyve! That plus the latest news is heading your way right now on BSDNow, the place to B….SD!
S01E150 Sprinkle A Little BSD Into Your Life 14/07/2016 Today on the show, we are going to be talking to Jim Brown (of BSD Cert Fame) about his home-brew sprinkler system… Wait for it… That runs FreeBSD! That plus news & of course your feedback, keep it tuned to BSD Now, the place to B…SD!
S01E151 Fuzzy Auditing 21/07/2016 This week on BSDNow, we have all sorts of interesting news, including a Kernel Fuzzing audit done for OpenBSD, a much improved ‘C’ client for LetsEncrypt, an interview with Dru Lavigne and more! Stick around for your place to B…SD!
S01E152 The Laporte has landed! 28/07/2016 This week on BSDNow, we have some big breaking news about another major switcher to FreeBSD, plus early information about the pending OpenBSD 6.0 release in September & more! Stay tuned, BSDNow is coming your way right now!
S01E153 Big Int Trouble 04/08/2016 This week on BSDNow, we have a variety of news to discuss, covering quite the spectrum of BSD, including a new DragonFly release! That plus your feedback & questions, all coming up on your place to B…SD!
S01E154 Myths, Pi’s & Features, oh my! 11/08/2016 This week on BSDNow, we are taking a look at a few different tutorials, including running your very own RPi web-server. (Come-on, you know you’ve thought of it). Plus we have a GhostBSD tutorial, a look at a GitHub project to run Steam Linux on FreeBSD 11 & more! You’ll want to stick-around for your place to B…SD!
S01E155 Cabling up FreeBSD 18/08/2016 This week on BSDNow, Allan is away in the UK for BSDCam, but we still have a full episode for you! Don’t miss our interview with Myke Geiger talking about using FreeBSD in the ISP environment & the latest news, here on your place to B…SD!
S01E156 The Fresh BSD experience 25/08/2016 This week on BSDNow, Allan is back from his UK trip & we’ll get to hear his thoughts on the developer summit. That plus all the latest news & an interview with Drew Gurkowski discussing tutorial writing for FreeBSD. Keep it tuned to your place to B…SD!
S01E157 ZFS, The “Universal” Filesystem 01/09/2016 This week on BSDNow, we have an interview with Richard Yao, who will be telling us about the experience & challenges of porting ZFS to Linux. That plus the latest news & feedback is coming your way, on your place to B….SD!
S01E158 Ham, Radio & Pie, Oh My! 08/09/2016 This week on BSDNow, we’ll be talking to Diane Bruce about using it for Ham Radio Enthusiasts, the RPi3. That plus all the latest news from the week & more, stick around for your place to B…SD!
S01E159 Net Scaling Privacy (Flix Style) 15/09/2016 This week on BSDNow, we’ve got Netflix + FreeBSD news to discuss, which is always a crowd pleaser. That plus EuroBSDCon is just around the corner & more! Stick around for your place to B…SD!
S01E160 EuroBSD Dreamin’ 22/09/2016 This week on BSDNow, Allan is currently at EuroBSDCon! However due to the magic of video (or time travel), you still get a new episode. (You’re Welcome!) Stay tuned for the latest BSD news on your place to B…SD!
S01E161 The BSD Bromance 29/09/2016 This week on BSDNow, we’re going to be hearing about Allan’s trip to EuroBSDCon, plus an Interview about “Bro on BSD”! Stay tuned for your place to B…SD!
S01E162 The Foundation of NetBSD 06/10/2016 This week on the show, we’ll be talking to Petra about the NetBSD foundation & how they operate and assist NetBSD behind the scenes. That plus lots of news about the pending 11.0-RELEASE of FreeBSD & more! Stay tuned for your place to B…SD!
S01E163 Return of the Cantrill 13/10/2016 The wait is over, FreeBSD 11.0 has officially launched! We’ll cover that, plus a couple looks back at UNIX history & a crowd-favorite guest today. Stick around for your place to B….SD!
S01E164 Virtualized COW / PI? 20/10/2016 This week on the show, we’ve got all sorts of goodies to discuss. Starting with, vmm, vkernels, raspberry pi & much more! Some iX folks are visiting from out of town, maybe somebody will wander in here? Stick around, it’s time for your place to B…SD!
S01E165 Vote4BSD 27/10/2016 This week on BSDNow, we’ve got voting news for you! (No not that election), a closer look at kernel module creation, bhyve, lumina, ctl and much more! Stick around for your place to B…SD!
S01E166 Pass that UNIX Pipe 03/11/2016 This week on the show, we’re loaded up with great stories ranging from System call fuzzing, a history of UNIX Pipes, speeding up MySQL imports & more. Stay tuned, BSDNow is coming your way right now.
S01E167 Playing the Long Game 10/11/2016 This week on BSDNow, Allan & Kris are out at MeetBSD, but we never forget our loyal listeners. We have a great interview Allan did with Scott Long of Netflix & FreeBSD fame, as well as your questions on the place to B…SD!
S01E168 The Post Show Show 17/11/2016 This week on BSDNow. Allan and I are back from MeetBSD! A good time was had by all, lots to discuss, so let’s jump right into it on your place to B…SD!
S01E169 Scheduling your NetBSD 24/11/2016 We’re loaded and ready to go. Lots of OpenBSD news, a look at LetsEncrypt usage, the NetBSD scheduler & much more! Keep it tuned to your place to B…SD!
S01E170 Sandboxing Cohabitation 01/12/2016 This week on the show, we’ve got some new info on the talks from EuroBSDCon, a look at sharing a single ZFS pool between Linux and BSD, Sandboxing & much more! Stay tuned for your place to B…SD!
S01E172 A tale of BSD from yore 15/12/2016 This week on BSDNow, we have a very special guest joining us to tell us a tale of the early days in BSD history. That plus some new OpenSSH goodness, shell scripting utilities & much more! Stay tuned for your place to B…SD!
S01E173 Carry on my Wayland son 21/12/2016 This week on the show, we've got some great stories to bring you, a look at the odder side of UNIX history from Ritchie, news about Wayland/Weston, a new 'syspatch' binary patch tool & more! Stay tuned for your place to B…SD!
S01E174 2016 highlights 29/12/2016 Chris takes over and guest hosts the show to give the guys some time off. We take a look back at 2016 in BSD, covering the announcement of TrueOS, OpenBSD and FreeBSD releases, a talk with Petra about NetBSD & much more!
S01E175 How the Dtrace saved Christmas 05/01/2017 We’ve got all sorts of post-holiday goodies to share. New OpenSSL APIs, Dtrace, OpenBSD desktops, a truly paranoid start to your 2017 security & more!
S01E176 12/01/2017
S01E177 Getting Pi on my Wi-Fi 19/01/2017 This week on BSDNow, we've got Wi-Fi galore, a new iocage and some RPi3 news and guides to share. Stay tuned for your place to B…SD!
S01E178 Enjoy the Silence 26/01/2017 We discuss a wide variety of topics including Routers, Run-Controls, the “Rule” of silence and some Minecraft just for good measure. Stay tuned for your place to B…SD!
S01E180 Illuminating the desktop 08/02/2017 This week on BSDNow, Kris is out of town but we have a great interview with Ken Moore, his brother, about the latest in BSD desktop computing & Lumina specifically. Stay tuned to your place to B…SD.
S01E181 The Cantrillogy 15/02/2017 This week on BSDNow we have a Cantrill special to bring you! All three interviews back to back in their original glory, you won’t want to miss it. Stay tuned for your place to B…SD!
S01E182 Bloaty McBloatface 23/02/2017 This week on the show, we’ve got FreeBSD quarterly Status reports to discuss, OpenBSD changes to the installer, EC2 and IPv6 & more! Stay tuned for your place to B…SD!
S01E183 Getting Steamy Here 28/02/2017 This week on BSDNow, we have “Weird Unix Things”, “Is it getting Steamy in here?” & an Interview about BSD Sockets API. (Those aren’t all related). It’s going to be a good one, buckle up for your place to B…SD!
S01E184 Tokyo Dreaming 08/03/2017 This week on BSDNow, Allan & Kris are in Tokyo for AsiaBSDCon, but not to worry, we have a full episode lined up and ready to go. Hackathon reports from OpenBSD, NetBSD reproducible builds, C programming & more! Stay tuned for your place to B…SD!
S01E185 Exit Interview 16/03/2017 This is a very special BSD Now! New exciting changes are coming to the show and we’re gonna cover them, so stick around or you’ll miss it!
S01E186 The Fast And the Firewall: Tokyo Drift 22/03/2017 This week on BSDNow, reports from AsiaBSDcon, TrueOS & FreeBSD news, Optimizing IllumOS Kernel, your questions & more!
S01E187 Catching up to BSD 30/03/2017 This week on BSDNow, news about the NetBSD project, a BSD Phone, bunch of OpenBSD and TrueOS News & more!
S01E188 06/04/2017
S01E189 Codified Summer 13/04/2017 This week on the show we interview Wendell from Level1Techs, cover Google Summer of Code on the different BSD projects, cover YubiKey usage, dive into how NICs work & more!
S01E190 The Moore You Know 20/04/2017 This week, we look forward with the latest OpenBSD release, look back with Dennis Ritchie's paper on the evolution of Unix Time Sharing, have an Interview with Kris Moore about FreeNAS & more!
S01E191 I Know 64 & A Bunch More 27/04/2017 We cover TrueOS/Lumina working to be less dependent on Linux, How the IllumOS network stack works, Throttling the password gropers, the 64 bit inode call for testing & more!
S01E192 SSHv1 Be Gone 04/05/2017 This week we have a FreeBSD Foundation development update, tell you about sprinkling in the TrueOS project, Dynamic WDS & a whole lot more!
S01E193 Fire up the 802.11 AC 11/05/2017 This week on BSD Now, Adrian Chadd on bringing up 802.11ac in FreeBSD, a PFsense and OpenVPN tutorial & we talk about an interesting ZFS storage pool checkpoint project.
S01E194 Daemonic Plans 18/05/2017 We cover the latest FreeBSD Status Report, a plan for Open Source software development, centrally managing bhyve with Ansible, libvirt, pkg-ssh & a whole lot more!
S01E195 I don't WannaCry 25/05/2017 A pledge of love to OpenBSD, combating ransomware like WannaCry with OpenZFS & using PFsense to maximize your non-gigabit Internet connection!
S01E196 PostgreZFS 01/06/2017 This week on BSD Now, we review the EuroBSDcon schedule, explore the mysteries of Docker on OpenBSD, show you how to run PostgreSQL on ZFS & more!
S01E197 08/06/2017
S01E198 You can’t handle the libtruth 15/06/2017 This episode gives you the full dose of BSDCan 2017 recap as well as a blog post on conference speaking advice.
S01E199 Read the source, KARL 22/06/2017 FreeBSD 11.1-Beta1 is out, we discuss Kernel address randomized link (KARL), explore the benefits of daily OpenBSD source code reading & more!
S01E200 29/06/2017
S01E202 Brokering Bind 13/07/2017 We look at an OpenBSD setup on a new laptop, revel in BSDCan trip reports & visit daemons and friendly ninjas.
S01E203 For the love of ZFS 20/07/2017 This week we clear up some ZFS FUD, show you how to write a NetBSD kernel module, cover DragonflyBSD on the desktop & more!
S01E204 Wayland, Weston & FreeBSD 27/07/2017 In this episode, we clear up the myth about scrub of death, look at Wayland and Weston on FreeBSD, Intel QuickAssist is here & we check out OpenSMTP on OpenBSD.
S01E205 FreeBSD Turning it up to 11.1 03/08/2017 FreeBSD 11.1-RELEASE is out, we look at building at BSD home router, how to be your own OpenBSD VPN provider, and find that glob matching can be simple and fast.
S01E206 To hier is UNIX 10/08/2017 Lumina Desktop 1.3 is out, we show you a Plasma 5 on FreeBSD tutorial, explore randomness & more!
S01E207 Bridge over the river Cam 17/08/2017 We recap our dev summit experiences at BSDCambridge, share why memcmp is more complicated than expected, explore Docker on FreeBSD, look at a retro terminal & more!
S01E208 Faces of Open Source 24/08/2017 DragonflyBSD 4.8.1 has been released, we explore how the X11 clipboard works & look at OpenBSD gaming resources.
S01E209 Signals: gotta catch ‘em all 31/08/2017 We read a trip report about FreeBSD in China, look at how Unix deals with Signals, a stats collector in DragonFlyBSD & much more!
S01E210 Your questions, Part I 07/09/2017 We take a look at the reimplementation of NetBSD using a Microkernel, check out what makes DHCP faster, and see what high-process count support for DragonflyBSD has to offer, and we answer the questions you’ve always wanted to ask us.
S01E211 It’s HAMMER2 Time! 14/09/2017 We explore whether a BSD can replicate Cisco router performance; RETGUARD, OpenBSDs new exploit mitigation technology, Dragonfly’s HAMMER2 filesystem implementation & more!
S01E212 The Solaris Eclipse 21/09/2017 We recap vBSDcon, give you the story behind a PF EN, reminisce in Solaris memories & show you how to configure different DEs on FreeBSD.
S01E213 The French CONnection 28/09/2017 We recap EuroBSDcon in Paris, tell the story behind a pf PR, and show you how to do screencasting with OpenBSD.
S01E214 The history of man, kind 05/10/2017 The costs of open sourcing a project are explored, we discover why PS4 downloads are so slow, delve into the history of UNIX man pages & more!
S01E215 Turning FreeBSD up to 100 Gbps 12/10/2017 We look at how Netflix serves 100 Gbps from an Open Connect Appliance, read through the 2nd quarter FreeBSD status report, show you a freebsd-update speedup via nginx reverse proxy & customize your OpenBSD default shell.
S01E216 Software is storytelling 19/10/2017 EuroBSDcon trip report, how to secure OpenBSD’s LDAP server, ZFS channel programs in FreeBSD HEAD and why software is storytelling.
S01E217 Your questions, part II 26/10/2017 OpenBSD 6.2 is here, style arguments, a second round of viewer interview questions, how to set CPU affinity for FreeBSD jails, containers on FreeNAS & more!
S01E218 A KRACK in the WiFi 02/11/2017 FreeBSD 10.4-RELEASE is here, more EuroBSDcon travel notes, the KRACK attack, ZFS and DTrace on NetBSD & pfsense 2.4.
S01E219 We love the ARC 09/11/2017 Papers we love: ARC by Bryan Cantrill, SSD caching adventures with ZFS, OpenBSD full disk encryption setup & a Perl5 Slack Syslog BSD daemon.
S01E220 Opening ZFS in 2017 16/11/2017 We have a first PS4 kernel exploit, the long awaited OpenZFS devsummit report by Allan, DragonflyBSD 5.0 is out, we show you vmadm to manage jails, parallel processing with Unix tools & more!
S01E221 BSD in Taiwan 23/11/2017 Allan reports on his trip to BSD Taiwan, new versions of Lumina and GhostBSD are here, a bunch of OpenBSD p2k17 hackathon reports & more!
S01E222 How Netflix works 30/11/2017 We take a look at two-faced Oracle, cover a FAMP installation, how Netflix works the complex stuff & show you who the patron of yak shaving is.
S01E223 Compile once, debug twice 07/12/2017 Picking a compiler for debuggability, how to port Rust apps to FreeBSD, what the point of Docker is on FreeBSD/Solaris, another EuroBSDcon recap & network manager control in OpenBSD.

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