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Two Great New Technical Videos

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Ken Dyke asked me at the BozemanLUG meeting the other evening... if I had found any more good technical videos on Google. I usually search every day... but somehow hadn't found anything worth sharing for a while.

Practical MythTV by Michael Still, Aug. 16, 2007

The second video is about DTrace which is the kernel debugger for Sun's Solaris... but given the coverage on LWN in an article entitled, On DTrace envy which talks about DTrace vs. Linux's SystemTap kernel debugger... more info in DTrace is probably a good thing.

LinuxWorld Expo 2007 Keynotes I attended

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I attended two of the keynotes at LinuxWorld Expo 2007 and here they are as nicely recorded by the LinuxWorld folks. If only these videos were downloadable.

I put the second one on the full story page. It is a talk by one of the founders of VMware about the future of virtualization technologies.

Screencast: OpenVZ Live Migration

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I just recently started playing around with installing desktop environments inside of a VPS. It takes a little work as you really don't want to accidentally replace your vzdev package with a distro's stock udev package. Anyway, the video below was resized for embedded flash playback and there is no sound. If you want a MUCH higher quality video, you can can right-click and save as: openvz-via-vnc-with-migration.ogg.

Read the full article for the embedded video because I didn't want it to stretch out the front page.

LinuxWorld Expo 2007 Video footage

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I took my video camera hoping to do some interviews but given the fact that my first experience using it led to a visit from security telling me I couldn't record anything but the booth I was in... I was a bit wary about recording after that.

Along came a guy (although I didn't catch his name) doing what he called, "50 second .org videos". I latched onto that... and filmed him filming several of the .org booths.

Enjoy if you can a mish-mash of 36 minutes worth video clips. You'll see the following booths: Fedora, OpenVZ, Joomla, The Linux Foundation, Pentaho, and Ubuntu... although technically the Ubuntu booth was not in the .org Pavilion.

I got Carla's permission (from SWsoft) to film the presentation she did on Virtuozzo at the Intel booth... but she let me know up front that it was geared more towards how Intel and SWsoft work together rather than a general presentation on Virtuozzo. That part is about 10 minutes and it isn't too bad.

In the mean time...

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Ok, I fed my video from LinuxWorld Expo 2007 into a computer and am processing it now but in the mean time I found this interesting video from Geek Entertainment Television that should tide you over.

Linux Telephony: Not so short Overview

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For those interested in telephony on Linux, I ran across this engEDU video on Google Video this morning.

Screencast: Introduction to OpenVZ

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I learned about a handy dandy program today named recordmydesktop and the GUI for it, gtk-recordmydesktop. Seems to work pretty well. How well? So well that I actually ran out and bought a microphone so I could record the following video.

I've done a few presentations on OpenVZ and I had some slides made so... what the heck... I thought I'd slap together a presentation video.

The video is 800x600 and I didn't want to stretch the center column on the front page, so read the full story to see the included video.

An oldie but goodie from IBM

I wish I could identify everyone in this video. I believe each person to be an expert in a particular field. I see Penny Marshall and Muhammad Ali. Can anyone identify some of the others? IBM must have spent quite a bit of money making this commercial.


Revolution OS - A little dated now

Wow, has it really been 6 years since we watched this movie at a BillingsLUG meeting? Well, if you haven't seen it, enjoy. I think J.T.S. Moore did a good job. Buy a copy if you want a high quality version on DVD. I did!

Native FPS Gaming on Linux

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Seems all I can do lately is post videos. Well, here's another batch that show what some of the Linux native first person shooters look like.

Tremulous: tremulous.net



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