September 23rd, 2021 | 50 mins 42 secs
berkeley, bsd, cpu usage, cpu use, dataset, distribution, dragonflybsd, emulator, freebsd, gnu, google summer of code, guide, hardenedbsd, howto, interview, netbsd, open source, openbsd, operating system, os, packages, portability, ports, release, shell, software, students, traceroute, trident, trueos, tutorial, unix, unix history, useless, venix, vm86, zfs, zpool
Useless use of GNU, Meet the 2021 FreeBSD GSoC Students, historical note on Unix portability, vm86-based venix emulator, ZFS Mysteriously Eating CPU, traceroute gets speed boost, and more
October 16th, 2019 | 56 mins 41 secs
bsd, case study, dragonflybsd, freebsd, fsck, google pixelbook, guide, hammer2, hardenedbsd, howto, interview, ka9q, netbsd, openbsd, performance, pixelbook, portability, porting, quota, quota limits, startx, trident, trueos, tutorial, unix, zfs, zfs performance, zfs quota
FreeBSD on the Google Pixelbook, Porting NetBSD to the AMD x86-64, ZFS performance really does degrade as you approach quota limits, Fixing up KA9Q-unix, HAMMER2 and fsck for review, the return of startx(1) for non-root users, and more.