April 21st, 2022 | 1 hr 45 secs
backups, berkeley, bsd, dataset, distribution, dragonflybsd, dump, freebsd, guide, hardenedbsd, howto, intel, interview, laptop, mount, mounted, mounting, netbsd, open source, openbsd, operating system, optimizing, os, packages, ports, power consumption, recordsize, release, shell, software, tcpdump, trident, trueos, tuning, tutorial, unix, wireless bridge, zfs, zpool
Full system backups with FFS snapshots, ZFS and dump(8), tuning recordsize in OpenZFS, Optimizing FreeBSD Power Consumption on Modern Intel Laptops, remember to check for ZFS filesystems being mounted, Use tcpdump to save wireless bridge, and more
July 23rd, 2020 | 42 mins 27 secs
berkeley, bsd, commit, core team, distribution, dragonflybsd, elected, election, freebsd, freebsd core team, guide, hardenedbsd, howto, i3, i3 nuc, intel, intel i3, interview, netbsd, openbsd, operating system, os, packet filter, pf, pinebook, pinebook pro, software, table size, table size check, trident, trueos, tutorial, zfs
Chasing a bad commit, New FreeBSD Core Team elected, Getting Started with NetBSD on the Pinebook Pro, FreeBSD on the Intel 10th Gen i3 NUC, pf table size check and change, and more.
June 21st, 2018 | 1 hr 28 mins
bsd, dragonflybsd, freebsd, guide, hammer, hardenedbsd, howto, intel, interview, ldap, netbsd, nomadbsd, openbsd, pnfs, retrobsd, trident, trueos, tutorial
DragonflyBSD’s hammer1 encrypted master/slave setup, second part of our BSDCan recap, NomadBSD 1.1-RC1 available, OpenBSD adds an LDAP client to base, FreeBSD gets pNFS support, Intel FPU Speculation Vulnerability confirmed, and what some Unix command names mean.