Contributed by tbert on from the pull-out-the-RAID dept.
In the latest episode of BSDNow, A BUG's Life, the hosts are back from BSDCan (or the fateful attempt to get there) and turn their attention to FreeBSD 11, OpenBSD honeypots with Kippo, and doing cool stuff with rdomains on OpenBSD, among others.
In the title segment, Brian Callahan (bcallah@) of NYC*BUG and Aaron Bieber (abieber@) of CoBUG are interviewed (starting at 34:15) about the wheres and whyfors of setting up a local BSD User Group. Sadly, only one has a rockin' beard. But I'm sure Brian has many other qualities to recommend him! If you're wondering how to share your love of OpenBSD with others, finding or founding a BUG is a good way to meet others who share your obsession.
Unfortunately, the linked article covering creating an encrypted NAS on OpenBSD uses the now-removed RAIDFrame code; for those wanting to use a more-modern setup, softraid(4) is the supported method of encrypting disks.
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