DragonFlyBSD Multimedia Resources List
Links on this page refer to multimedia resources (podcast, vodcast,
audio recordings, video recordings, photos) related to DragonFlyBSD or
of interest for DragonFlyBSD users.
This list is available as chronological
overview, as a tag cloud and
via the sources.
This list is also available as RSS feed
If you know any resources not listed here, or notice any dead links,
please send details to
Edwin Groothuis so that
it can be included or updated.
AsiaBSDCon 2009 Paper List
Added: 24 May 2009
Tags: asiabsdcon, asiabsdcon2009
FreeBSD and SOI-Asia Project Mohamad by Dikshie Fauzie (753 Kb, 4 pages), Deprecating groff for BSD manual display by Kristaps Dzonsons (114 Kb, 8 pages), FreeBSD on high performance multi-core embedded PowerPC systems - Rafal Jaworowski (359 Kb, 12 pages), An Overview of FreeBSD/mips by M. Warner Losh (67 Kb, 8 pages), Active-Active Firewall Cluster Support in OpenBSD by David Gwynne (154 Kb, 20 pages), Mail system for distributed network by Andrey Zakharchenko (150 Kb, 3 pages), OpenBGPD - Bringing full views to OpenBSD since by 2004 Claudio Jeker (401 Kb, 6 pages), Environmental Independence: BSD Kernel TCP/IP in Userspace by Antti Kantee (213 Kb, 10 pages), Crypto Acceleration on FreeBSD by Philip Paeps (58 Kb, 3 pages), Isolating Cluster Users (and Their Jobs) for Performance and Predictability by Brooks Davis (662 Kb, 7 pages), PC-BSD - Making FreeBSD on the Desktop a reality by Kris Moore (351 Kb, 9 pages), The Locking Infrastructure in the FreeBSD kernel by Attilio Rao (55 Kb, 7 pages), OpenBSD Hardware Sensors Framework by Constantine A. Murenin (245 Kb, 14 pages)
Papers of the AsiaBSDCon 2009
OpenBSD Networking - Henning Brauer
Source: Sites Collide
Added: 20 August 2007
Tags: sitescollide, interview, openbsd, openbgpd, henning brauer
MP3 file (8 Mb, 20 minutes)
In this episode of Sites Collide, we discuss Open
BGPd and OpenBSD as well as other routing-related
topics with developer, network guru, and conference
speaker, Henning Brauer of the OpenBSD Project. So,
if you are interested in the technologies that make
the Internet work, or you're looking to learn about
Unix/Linux, this show is for you!