Wednesday, June 06, 2007

bsdtalk116 - Rick Macklem and NFSv4

I was interviewed recently at http://www.allenstafford.com/podcast/.

Interview with Rick Macklem about his work with NFSv4.
More information at http://snowhite.cis.uoguelph.ca/nfsv4/.

File info: 13Min, 6MB.

Ogg Link (fixed):
http://cisx1.uma.maine.edu/~wbackman/bsdtalk/bsdtalk116.ogg

6 comments:

Thomas said...

OT: Do you offer a full Ogg RSS feed? It looks like the actual feed only covers bsdtalk from latest to bsdtalk092.

Anonymous said...

ogg link points to mp3, just pointing it out :-)

woodsb02 said...

As "anonymous" above me mentioned, the link provided points to an mp3. The letters mp3 simply need to be replaced with ogg.

Also, is it possible to make this "link" an actual hyperlink, rather than just the text of the URL?

Cheers!

Mr said...

Sorry about the ogg link, Fixed.
a href links in my posts seems to always break the iTunes feed, so I just leave them out. I'm not sure what the problem is. Perhaps my template.
If you want all the past episodes, a simple script (using jot) combined with wget will do.

Chris said...

I had the privilege of being taught my CIS Operating Systems course by Rick. He's a really cool guy, and certainly knows his stuff.

A friend of mine who took the course a few years before I did claims to have seen him write an HP printer driver on the fly, without reference materials, using ed.

It compiled cleanly the first time, and worked perfectly.

battery said...

A friend of mine who took the course a few years before I did claims to have seen him write an HP printer driver on the fly, without reference materials, using ed.