November 21st, 2019 | 57 mins 40 secs
12.1, berkeley, bsd, compiling, dev, devel, development, dnssec, dragonflybsd, freebsd, guide, hardenedbsd, history, howto, interview, let’s encrypt, netbsd, nginx, openbsd, opnsense, rainbowcrack, setup, shopware, status report, trident, trueos, tutorial, unbound, unix
FreeBSD 12.1 is here, A history of Unix before Berkeley, FreeBSD development setup, HardenedBSD 2019 Status Report, DNSSEC, compiling RainbowCrack on OpenBSD, and more.
November 7th, 2019 | 49 mins 22 secs
7 layer, blacklistd, bolt, bsd, cms, code, dragonflybsd, fail2ban, freebsd, guide, hammer2, hardenedbsd, howto, https2, interview, lets encrypt, netbsd, nginx, npf, openbsd, osi, trident, trueos, tutorial, unix
The earliest Unix code, how to replace fail2ban with blacklistd, OpenBSD crossed 400k commits, how to install Bolt CMS on FreeBSD, optimized hammer2, appeasing the OSI 7-layer burrito guys, and more.
October 31st, 2019 | 1 hr 7 mins
50 years unix, bsd, dragonflybsd, freebsd, ghostbsd, guide, hardenedbsd, howto, interview, netbsd, openbsd, openssh, opnsense, pdp, pdp 7, release, ssh, sshuttle, trident, trueos, tutorial, unix, vpn, vpn over ssh
Unix is 50, Hunting down Ken's PDP-7, OpenBSD and OPNSense have new releases, Clarification on what GhostBSD is, sshuttle - VPN over SSH, 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.
October 2nd, 2019 | 46 mins 40 secs
amd, benchmark, bsd, digital archives, digital library, dragonflybsd, freebsd, guide, hardenedbsd, howto, interview, netbsd, obscure tools, openbsd, presidential archive, presidential library, project trident, ryzen, ryzen 7, ryzen 7 3700x, trident, trip report, truenas, trueos, tutorial, unix, unix artifacts, vbsdcon, x11
DragonFlyBSD vs. FreeBSD vs. Linux benchmark on Ryzen 7, JFK Presidential Library chooses TrueNAS for digital archives, FreeBSD 12.1-beta is available, cool but obscure X11 tools, vBSDcon trip report, Project Trident 12-U7 is available, a couple new Unix artifacts, and more.