Sujit K M | 16 Jul 16:26 2015
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Re: [talk] anonymizing kit

On Thu, Jul 16, 2015 at 7:51 PM, Brian Coca <briancoca+nycbug <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> it will be a question of the drivers more than the software above it,
> I doubt that they are doing the band selection directly as you can
> normally rely on the base networking layer and the device drivers to
> handle all that.
>
> But I might be wrong, as I've only looked at this superficially, it is
> something I might dive into if I get that thing people keep talking
> about ... free time? ....

I have something interesting to add here. I had worked on Java on FreeBSD, Where
I found it was making use of proc file-system. So I would be only be
amused they are
actually hard coding the various user land properties.

Brian Coca | 16 Jul 13:29 2015
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[talk] anonymizing kit

Since many on this list are very conscious about security and anonymity:

http://samy.pl/proxygambit/

Still just a proof of concept, It uses linux on a Pi which should
easily be exchanged for a BSD.

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Brian Coca

Sujit K M | 9 Jul 09:12 2015
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Re: [talk] Information

Hi All,

As there has been continued responses on the type of work
the organization does. We do the following.

We have a message board where common users can post
their messages primarily clarifications/how to's which will
remain with co-users to solve. Once Solved we go one level
up and provide support to the user and create how to's, technical
documentations to solve the problem. Primarily the site is below.

http://login.mycontributions.org/

Once this is done we publish it in our resource portal which
can be accessed by any user. We work on a paid mode in
this case, where in the user/interested companies take back our
support to further enhance their support. Please register for a user
we will enable your account after a small interaction. Primarily the
site below. We will add resources you need with a little pay/donation.

http://resources.mycontributions.org/

Hoping for a good response.

Regards,
Sujit K M

On Wed, Jul 8, 2015 at 3:16 PM, Sujit K M <kmsujit <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to point to my website http://www.mycontributions.org/.
> I am just setting up a how to website. Would love to have each one
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Brian Coca | 8 Jul 15:44 2015
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[talk] instant startup tool

Hi,

One of my contributors (mostly BSD compatibility)  just showed me his
new product http://www.fractalcells.com.

I thought it might be another interesting tool for those on this list.

...............
Brian Coca

George Rosamond | 1 Jul 19:06 2015

[talk] NYC*BUG Tonight: Precision Time Protocol

Beyond the one second issue. . .

July 1, Wednesday
Staying in sync with the Precision Time Protocol, Steven Kreuzer
18:45, Stone Creek Bar & Lounge: 140 E 27th St

Abstract

Getting clocks to agree on the time is tricky. Getting them to agree on
the time better than 100 nanoseconds is even trickier.

In this talk I will provide an introduction to the basic principles of
the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) and how it can be used to precisely
synchronize computers over a LAN.

Speaker Bio

Battling to keep unreliable clocks in sync, Steven is a system
administrator who has gained an appreciation for the art and science of
timekeeping. He lives in Queens, NY with his wife and dog.

George Rosamond | 30 Jun 05:37 2015

[talk] NYC*BUG July 1: Precision Time Protocol

July 1, Wednesday
Staying in sync with the Precision Time Protocol, Steven Kreuzer
18:45, Stone Creek Bar & Lounge: 140 E 27th St

Abstract

Getting clocks to agree on the time is tricky. Getting them to agree on
the time better than 100 nanoseconds is even trickier.

In this talk I will provide an introduction to the basic principles of
the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) and how it can be used to precisely
synchronize computers over a LAN.

Speaker Bio

Battling to keep unreliable clocks in sync, Steven is a system
administrator who has gained an appreciation for the art and science of
timekeeping. He lives in Queens, NY with his wife and dog.

George Rosamond | 30 Jun 05:37 2015

[talk] NYC*BUG July 1: Precision Time Protocol

July 1, Wednesday
Staying in sync with the Precision Time Protocol, Steven Kreuzer
18:45, Stone Creek Bar & Lounge: 140 E 27th St

Abstract

Getting clocks to agree on the time is tricky. Getting them to agree on
the time better than 100 nanoseconds is even trickier.

In this talk I will provide an introduction to the basic principles of
the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) and how it can be used to precisely
synchronize computers over a LAN.

Speaker Bio

Battling to keep unreliable clocks in sync, Steven is a system
administrator who has gained an appreciation for the art and science of
timekeeping. He lives in Queens, NY with his wife and dog.

Mark Saad | 29 Jun 20:00 2015

[talk] FreeBSD Netmap

Hi Talk
 Has anyone played with netmap enabled libpcap and tcpdump ?
I am wondering how I can confirm that I am actually dumping with the
accelerated bits  ? Is there something I should be looking for ?

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Mark Saad| mark.saad <at> ymail.com

George Rosamond | 27 Jun 03:23 2015

[talk] NYC*BUG Wed July 1: Precision Time Protocol with Steve K

July 1, Wednesday
Staying in sync with the Precision Time Protocol, Steven Kreuzer
18:45, Stone Creek Bar & Lounge: 140 E 27th St

Abstract

Getting clocks to agree on the time is tricky. Getting them to agree on
the time better than 100 nanoseconds is even trickier.

In this talk I will provide an introduction to the basic principles of
the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) and how it can be used to precisely
synchronize computers over a LAN.

Speaker Bio

Battling to keep unreliable clocks in sync, Steven is a system
administrator who has gained an appreciation for the art and science of
timekeeping. He lives in Queens, NY with his wife and dog.

Izaac | 24 Jun 22:23 2015

[talk] Free Hardware: 3x IBM eServer 325 and 2x SunFIRE V100

These machines are located in rack at NYI.  Would you like them?
They're yours for free if you want to go rack-to-rack or can take them
away.

http://public.dhe.ibm.com/systems/support/system_x_pdf/e325spec.pdf

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19088-01/v100.srvr/816-2756-10/816-2756-10.pdf

(There's also a fourth e325 which I haven't repaired (simple button
sheered off the front bezel board but I'm too lazy to solder it) which
is an otherwise complete system that can be scrounged for spares.)

All are presently running NetBSD.  But I need the rack space for a
thumper.

Email me privately to get my attention.

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N.J. Thomas | 21 Jun 01:54 2015

[talk] BSDCan slides for "Building BUGs"

hi Brian/George:

Was your presentation recorded, or have any slides? I don't see any
links on the event page: 

    https://www.bsdcan.org/2015/schedule/events/600.en.html

thanks,
Thomas


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