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Jul 23, 2015 - 1 minute read - Comments

July Follow-up

I guess immediately means about a week later. The slides for the talk are up, but you will need to log in to get them. The default login URL has been altered on this site. It’s amazing how many spam registrations that has reduced. I’ll have to see about adding back a login box on the main page. I’ll probably get around to an SSL cert as well in the next couple of weeks.

Jul 16, 2015 - 1 minute read - Comments

June Follow-Up

I guess I’ve been a little remiss in posting the follow-up note. The notes are available in the download section, but you have to log in to get them. Unfortunately I had to alter the login URL due to the number of spam registrations I have been getting. Every time I post something that hits twitter, the spam registrations come rolling in. At some point in the near future, I’ll add a login box back on the front page.

Jun 18, 2015 - 1 minute read - Comments

Photos from BSDCan 2015

Here are a few photos from the conference this year. I’ll have to do better next year. Img 4030 Img 4031 Img 4040 Img 4042 Img 4046 Img 4047 Img 4050 Img 4055

May 22, 2015 - 2 minute read - Comments

May 2015 Followup

We had a lively discussion about OpenVPN and various use cases to have it available for access to a home system. A very quick walkthrough showing how simple it is to create and a few gotchas that you can run into. You can get additional information on installing it from these resources: CentOS 7: pfSense: Synology: Ubuntu: You might also want to visit the OpenVPM website at openvpn.

Apr 20, 2015 - 2 minute read - Comments

Post April Follow-up

The talk we had for April was on using asciinema to provide walk-throughs, training and demos that do not use something like a movie. As a short followup, you can view the embedded asciicast below to get a quick idea of what was we were talking about. This is nothing more than a quick and dirty demo to show that in addition to showing what you get, including things like a vi session, but you can also pause the player and cut and paste directly from the playing file.