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This episode has been brought to you by the id utility, which returns a user identity. The id utility first appeared in 4.4 BSD.Interview with Allan Jude at vBSDCon. We talk about ScaleEngine, Jupiter Broadcasting, Tech Snap, and the BSD Now podcast. Catch new episodes of these and many other fine podcasts at www.jupiterbroa [...]
This episode has been brought to you by jot, the utility to print sequential or random data. The jot utility first appeared in 4.2BSD.Interview with Chris Cappuccio. We talk about nsh and flashrd for OpenBSD. More information at http://www.nmedia.net/nsh/File Info: 24Min, 12MB.Ogg Link: http://cis01.uma.edu/~wbackman/bsdtalk [...]
In interview with Marshall Kirk McKusick and George Neville-Neil about the FreeBSD Foundation.More information at http://www.freebsdfoundation.org/File Info: 34Min, 16MB.Ogg link: http://cis01.uma.edu/~wbackman/bsdtalk/bsdtalk224.oggEnding audio is the opening to \"Carp License\" from the OpenBSD 3.5 release.
I\'ll be heading to Tbilisi, Georgia in October. Any BSDTalk listeners there?Interview with David Gwynne from the OpenBSD Project. We talk about RAID drivers, SCSI, networking, and various other bits that he has been working on.File info: 31 Min, 15MB.Ogg file: http://cisx1.uma.maine.edu/~wbackman/bsdtalk/bsdtalk219.ogg
Another interview from BSDCan 2012, this time the microphone is turned on me by Paul Schenkeveld.Thank you to everyone who has contributed their time, money, technical assistance, suggestions, conference admission, and inspiration for this podcast. File info: 14min, 7MB.Ogg link: http://cisx1.uma.maine.edu/~wbackman/bsdtalk/bsdtalk217.ogg