FreeBSD Multimedia Resources List
Links on this page refer to multimedia resources (podcast, vodcast, audio recordings, video recordings, photos) related to FreeBSD or of interest for FreeBSD users.
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.
EuroBSDCon 2007 Videos
Added: 10 October 2007
Tags: eurobsdcon, eurobsdcon2007, videos
Soren Straarup - An ARM from shoulder to hand (141 Mb), Pawel Jakub - FreeBSD/ZFS - last word in operating/file systems (203 Mb), Yvan VanHullebus - NETASQ and BSD: a success story (382 Mb), Claudio Jeker - Routing on OpenBSD (394 Mb), Brooks Davis - Using FreeBSD to Promote Open Source Development Methods (92 Mb), Gregers Petersen - Open Source - is it something new? (285 Mb), Antti Kantee - ReFUSE: Userspace FUSE Reimplementation Using puffs (197 Mb), Steven Murdoch - Hot or Not: Fingerprinting hosts through clock skew (235 Mb), Sam Smith - Fighting "Technical fires" (147 Mb), Kirk Mckusick - A Brief History of the BSD Fast Filesystem (251 Mb), George Neville-Neil - Network Protocol Testing in FreeBSD and in General (271 Kb), Robert Watson - FreeBSD Advanced Security Features (200 Mb), Sam Leffler - Long Distance Wireless (for Emerging Regions) (248 Mb), Simon L Nielsen - The FreeBSD Security Officer function (195 Kb), Stephen Borrill - Building products with NetBSD - thin-clients (364 Mb), Pierre Yves Ritschard - Load Balancing (219 Mb), Isaac Levy - FreeBSD jail(8) Overview, the Secure Virtual Server (350 Mb), Ryan Bickhart - Transparent TCP-to-SCTP Translation Shim Layer (376 Mb), John P Hartmann - Real Men's Pipes - When UNIX meets the mainframe mindset (315 Mb)
EuroBSDCon 2007 Papers
New York City BSD Con 2006: BSD is Dying - A Cautionary Tale of Sex and Greed
Source: New York City *BSD User Group
Added: 02 November 2006
Tags: nycbug, presentation, humor, bsd is dying, jason dixon
MP4 (31Mb), QuickTime (19Mb), iPod (36Mb)
BSD is Dying
A Cautionary Tale of Sex and Greed
October 28, 2006
First and foremost, I would like to thank the unique presentation styles of Dick Hardt and Lawrence Lessig for inspiring me to create this presentation.
The following videos were created by exporting the original Keynote presentation slides into QuickTime video, then manually synchronizing them using iMovie HD with the audio recordings captured by Nikolai Fetissov. They were then exported into QuickTime, mpeg4 (H.264/AAC), and iPod movie formats. If you are having difficulties with the MP4 copy, and are unable to view QuickTime movies, please contact me and I'll try to assist.
Nate Lawson on ACPI (245 Mb)
Source: Bay Area FreeBSD Users Group
Added: 09 September 2006
Tags: bafug, presentation, freebsd, acpi, nate lawson
Our Topic: FreeBSD's ACPI implementation: The details.
Our Speaker: Nate Lawson, FreeBSD Committer.
Our Topic: FreeBSD's ACPI implementation is based on code for ACPI released by Intel. Nate and others wrote the glue code to make this code work on FreeBSD. He explains how this was done, and why.
Network Protocol Development Tools and Techniques for FreeBSD (211 Mb)
Source: Bay Area FreeBSD Users Group
Added: 10 August 2006
Tags: bafug, presentation, freebsd, packet construction set, george neville-neil
Our Topic: Network Protocol Development Tools and Techniques for FreeBSD
Our Speaker: George Neville-Neil, co-author of the "Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System" "daemon" book.
Our Topic: While computers have gotten faster and more powerful the tools we use to develop network protocols, such as TCP, UDP, IPv4 and IPv6 have not. Most network protocols are developed, in C, in the kernel, and require a lot of work to test. Over the past year or so I have been working with virtual machines, a couple of pieces of open source software, and begun developing a library for use in protocol testing. This talk will cover three topics:
- Developing and testing kernel code with Virtual Machines
- Finding good tests for networking code
- Packet Construction Set (PCS) a new library for writing protocol tests