videos

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  • user warning: Table 'cache' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache SET data = '<p>Recently the Linux Foundation held LinuxCon Europe 2011 in Prague, Czech Republic. Part of it was the Embedded Linux Conference Europe held on October 26-28th, 2011.</p>\n<p>The folks over at <a href=\"http://free-electrons.com\" target=\"_fesite\">Free Electrons</a> have done a quick job of making the <a href=\"http://free-electrons.com/blog/elce-2011-videos/\" target=\"_fevideos\">videos from the Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2011 conference</a> available... and in webm format too. Below I provide my two favorites.</p>\n<p><video src=\"http://free-electrons.com/pub/video/2011/elce/elce-2011-corbet-kernel-report-450p.webm\" width=\"624\" height=\"352\" controls preload=\"none\" poster=\"/files/newvideos/elce-2011-corbet-kernel-report-450p.png\"></video></p>\n<p><video src=\"http://free-electrons.com/pub/video/2011/elce/elce-2011-torvalds-cox-gleixner-mackenney-kernel-developer-panel-450p.webm\" width=\"624\" height=\"352\" controls preload=\"none\" poster=\"/files/newvideos/elce-2011-torvalds-cox-gleixner-mackenney-kernel-developer-panel-450p.png\"></video></p>\n<p>Enjoy!</p>\n', created = 1411286764, expire = 1411373164, headers = '' WHERE cid = 'filter:3:4e38121bcc02deeafa59ae7ea34091c2' in /home/dowdle/public_html/montanalinux/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 121.
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  • user warning: Table 'cache' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache SET data = '<p>I\'m not much of a fan of Jim Kramer... but here\'s the video.</p>\n<p>Flash is the best I could do. Sorry for the small size and internal branding/ads.</p>\n<p><object id=\"cnbcplayer\" height=\"380\" width=\"400\" classid=\"clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000\" codebase=\"http://download.macromedia.com/pub/shockwave/cabs/flash/swflash.cab#version=9,0,0,0\" ><br />\n<param name=\"type\" value=\"application/x-shockwave-flash\"/>\n<param name=\"allowfullscreen\" value=\"true\"/>\n<param name=\"allowscriptaccess\" value=\"always\"/>\n<param name=\"quality\" value=\"best\"/>\n<param name=\"scale\" value=\"noscale\" />\n<param name=\"wmode\" value=\"transparent\"/>\n<param name=\"bgcolor\" value=\"#000000\"/>\n<param name=\"salign\" value=\"lt\"/>\n<param name=\"flashVars\" value=\"startTime=000\"/>\n<param name=\"flashVars\" value=\"endTime=000\"/>\n<param name=\"movie\" value=\"http://plus.cnbc.com/rssvideosearch/action/player/id/3000049378/code/cnbcplayershare\" /> <embed name=\"cnbcplayer\" PLUGINSPAGE=\"http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer\" allowfullscreen=\"true\" allowscriptaccess=\"always\" bgcolor=\"#000000\" height=\"380\" width=\"400\" quality=\"best\" wmode=\"transparent\" scale=\"noscale\" salign=\"lt\" src=\"http://plus.cnbc.com/rssvideosearch/action/player/id/3000049378/code/cnbcplayershare\" type=\"application/x-shockwave-flash\" /></object></p>\n', created = 1411286764, expire = 1411373164, headers = '' WHERE cid = 'filter:3:9a81e6d84852e7a5accd74d2305cdf5e' in /home/dowdle/public_html/montanalinux/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 121.
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  • user warning: Table 'cache' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache SET data = '<p>Red Hat produced a video entitled <i>Default to Open: The History of Open Source and Red Hat</i>. Since it is about history, it has a number of older clips... bits and pieces I\'ve seen before but quite a bit of new stuff too. Enjoy it embedded in webm format or use the link below to download it for local playback.</p>\n<p><video src=\"/files/newvideos/Default_to_Open.webm\" width=\"640\" height=\"480\" controls preload=\"none\" poster=\"/files/newvideos/Default_to_Open.png\"></p>\n<p><a href=\"/files/newvideos/Default_to_Open.webm\">Default_to_Open.webm</a> (~27 min, 121 MB)<br />\nRight-click, Save target as...</p>\n', created = 1411286764, expire = 1411373164, headers = '' WHERE cid = 'filter:3:b25ccfe82375da3d918fa231f2453e18' in /home/dowdle/public_html/montanalinux/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 121.
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  • user warning: Table 'cache' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache SET data = '<p>The Linux Foundation has put together a 20th Anniversary of Linux Gallery with a timeline and a lot of donated items from various companies and members of the Linux community. As luck would have it, I ripped this from youtube so I could repost it in webm format and noticed that in the original the metadata for the audio stream said - <code>creation_time : 1970-01-01 00:00:00</code>. While that isn\'t quite true for Linux, which was started in 1991, it is basically the Epoch time considered to be the start of the UNIX universe. :)</p>\n<p><video src=\"/files/newvideos/20th_Anniversary_of_Linux_Gallery_Tour.webm\" width=\"640\" height=\"360\" controls preload=\"none\" poster=\"/files/newvideos/20th_Anniversary_of_Linux_Gallery_Tour.png\"></video></p>\n<p>If you can\'t play it in your browser, you can download it here:<br />\n<a href=\"/files/newvideos/20th_Anniversary_of_Linux_Gallery_Tour.webm\">20th_Anniversary_of_Linux_Gallery_Tour.webm</a> (29 MB, ~6 min)</p>\n', created = 1411286764, expire = 1411373164, headers = '' WHERE cid = 'filter:3:74945e863fe771ac30a1653489717d8b' in /home/dowdle/public_html/montanalinux/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 121.
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  • user warning: Table 'cache' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache SET data = '<p>Dan Walsh gave a presentation at the Red Hat Technical User group Netherlands (RHTUGNL) entitled something like, <u>This isn\'t your grandfather\'s SELinux</u>. I\'m one of those who uses SELinux on my Fedora desktops.</p>\n<p>Part 1:<br />\n<iframe width=\"640\" height=\"510\" src=\"http://www.youtube.com/embed/TuEEsecd3Ck\" frameborder=\"0\" allowfullscreen></iframe></p>\n<p>Part 2:<br />\n<iframe width=\"640\" height=\"510\" src=\"http://www.youtube.com/embed/p8CGzS3250c\" frameborder=\"0\" allowfullscreen></iframe></p>\n<p>Part 3-ish:<br />\n<iframe width=\"640\" height=\"390\" src=\"http://www.youtube.com/embed/GNVbeWdywZw\" frameborder=\"0\" allowfullscreen></iframe></p>\n', created = 1411286764, expire = 1411373164, headers = '' WHERE cid = 'filter:3:25ae440aa3f1d33ee27af262444b5ada' in /home/dowdle/public_html/montanalinux/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 121.

Screencast: History and differences of Xen and KVM

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I threw together a quick screencast for Dann from the Linux Link Tech Show explaining the history of and differences between Xen and KVM. Feedback is encouraged because I'm sure I have some mistakes in there.

xen-and-kvm-history.webm (36.2 MB)

Screencast: MontanaLinux Fedora 16 remix in KVM

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If you didn't notice, today is Fedora 16 release day. Yeah! I've been using Fedora 16 for a while now preping my MontanaLinux remix. I made a 41 minute screencast that does two things: 1) Showcases the desktop environments available in Fedora as melded together in the MontanaLinux LiveDVD remix, and 2) Shows using KVM and virt-manager some.

Please pardon my voice and occasionally sniffing... an allergy is bugging me.

fedora16-kvm-virt-manager-montanalinux.webm (85 MB)

Videos: Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2011

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Recently the Linux Foundation held LinuxCon Europe 2011 in Prague, Czech Republic. Part of it was the Embedded Linux Conference Europe held on October 26-28th, 2011.

The folks over at Free Electrons have done a quick job of making the videos from the Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2011 conference available... and in webm format too. Below I provide my two favorites.

Enjoy!

Video: Red Hat on CNBC's Mad Money

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I'm not much of a fan of Jim Kramer... but here's the video.

Flash is the best I could do. Sorry for the small size and internal branding/ads.


Videos: KVM Forum 2011 Presentations

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The KVM Forum 2011 was held at the Hyatt Regency in Vancouver, Canada on August 15-16. It was co-located with LinuxCon North America 2011.

LinuxCon and the KVM Forum were both sponsored by The Linux Foundation who recorded a large number of videos from both events. Unfortunately, The Linux Foundation had few security breaches to deal with on their kernel.org and linux.com domains which (I'm guessing) has greatly delayed them doing post-production work on the recordings and posting them publicly.

I found that Red Hat had recently posted a handful of the KVM Forum videos to YouTube but since they were only available in the flv and mp4 formats, I decided to re-encode them and post them to archive.org as webm (a free, open source, non-patent encumbered video format). I think archive.org is really a better place for them. Red Hat released them under a Creative Commons, Attribution - No Derivative Works 3.0 License. I have not altered the videos in any way other than re-encoding them to webm in a smaller resolution (624x352) and bitrate (664Kbit) making them one half to one third of the original filesize yet maintaining reasonable quality. Modern Firefox, Google Chrome, and Opera browsers can play webm as can stand-alone players like VLC, Totem, and mplayer.

They are all highly technical presentations for those interested in the nitty-gritty details of the Linux KVM virtualization Hypervisor. I have embedded the first, short keynote video below and given download URLs for the rest. Thanks to Red Hat for posting them!

One thing to note is that the camera / recording is statically positioned and does not show the presenter slides so I have also included the links to the slide decks in PDF format. For a better understanding, you are strongly encouraged to look at the slides while watching the videos. Also be warned that some presenters may occasionally use curse words.

Here's a zip file containing all slide decks in PDF format for all of the presentations.

Alexander Graf - AHCI Doing Storage right 105 MB / PDF
Allen Kay, Intel - Intel Graphics Virtualization on KVM 57.3 MB / PDF
Alon Levy, Red Hat - SPICE Roadmap 88.9 MB / PDF
Andrew Theurer, IBM - Improving the Out-of-box Performance When Using KVM 210.9 MB / PDF
Anthony Liguori, IBM Linux Technology Center - Keynote Address Day 2 43.1 MB / PDF
Anthony Liguori, IBM Technology Center - Code Generation for Fun and Profit 128.7 MB / PDF
Asias He, Beihang University - Native Linux KVM tool 113.1 MB / PDF
Avi Kivity, Red Hat - Keynote Address, Day 1 36.9 MB / PDF
Avi Kivity, Red Hat - Performance Monitoring for KVM Guests 148.4 MB / PDF
Bryan Cantrill, VP Engineering, Joyent - Experiences Porting KVM to SmartOS 199.1 MB / PDF
Conrad Wood, ProfitBricks - Geographically distributed HPC Clouds using KVM 119.8 MB / PDF
Dan Kenigsberg, Red Hat - VDSM is now Free 145.2 MB / PDF
Daniel Berrange, Red Hat - Introduction to libvirt APIs for KVM 160.5 MB / PDF
Gerd Hoffmann, Red Hat - Fixing the USB disaster 148.4 MB / PDF
Jagane Sundar - Livebackup - Full and Incremental Disk Backups of Running VMs 136.2 MB / PDF
Jan Kiszka, Siemens AG - Using KVM as a Real-Time Hypervisor 132.6 MB / PDF
Kevin Wolf, Red Hat - The Reinvention of qcow2 148.1 MB / PDF
Lucas Meneghel Rodrigues, Red Hat - Making KVM autotest useful for KVM developers 152.1 MB / PDF
Marcelo Tosatti, Red Hat - QEMU: live block copy 72.4 MB / PDF
Mark Wagner, Red Hat - KVM Performance Improvements and Optimizations 107.3 MB / PDF
Markus Armbruster, Red Hat - QEMU's device model qdev 59.1 MB / PDF
Michael S. Tsirkin, Red Hat - Virtio Networking Status Update 86.2 MB / ODP
Paul Lu, University of Alberta - Low-Latency, High-Bandwidth Use Cases for Nahanni/ivshmem 149.5 MB / PDF
Paul Mackerras, IBM LTC Ozlabs - KVM on the IBM POWER7 Processor 164.5 MB / PDF
Ricardo M. Matinata, IBM Linux Technology Center - Implementing a Hardware Appliance 188.4 MB / PDF
Rik van Riel, Red Hat - Guest Memory Overcommit: Free page hinting & more 106.0 MB / PDF
Ryan Harper, IBM Linux Technology Center - Keep a Limit On It: IO Throttling in QEMU 89.7 MB / PDF
Stefan Hajnoczi, IBM & Paolo Bonzini, Red Hat - Virtio SCSI: An alternative virtualized storage stack for KVM 142.2 MB / PDF
Stuart Yoder, Freescale Semiconductor - KVM on Embedded Power Architecture Platforms 125.6 MB / PDF
Yoshi Tamura, Midokura - Network Virtualization 101.3 MB / PDF

Enjoy!

Video: Default to Open

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Red Hat produced a video entitled Default to Open: The History of Open Source and Red Hat. Since it is about history, it has a number of older clips... bits and pieces I've seen before but quite a bit of new stuff too. Enjoy it embedded in webm format or use the link below to download it for local playback.

Default_to_Open.webm (~27 min, 121 MB)
Right-click, Save target as...

Video: 20th Anniversary of Linux Gallery Tour

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The Linux Foundation has put together a 20th Anniversary of Linux Gallery with a timeline and a lot of donated items from various companies and members of the Linux community. As luck would have it, I ripped this from youtube so I could repost it in webm format and noticed that in the original the metadata for the audio stream said - creation_time : 1970-01-01 00:00:00. While that isn't quite true for Linux, which was started in 1991, it is basically the Epoch time considered to be the start of the UNIX universe. :)

If you can't play it in your browser, you can download it here:
20th_Anniversary_of_Linux_Gallery_Tour.webm (29 MB, ~6 min)

Video: Greg Kroah-Hartman and Linus Torvalds

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Greg and Linus sat down for an open discussion about Linux and its 20th anniversary. They even take questions from the audience. This is from the LinuxCon Japan 2011 held in early June. They had a very similar discussion in August at LinuxCon North America but the video for that hasn't been released yet. Having seen both, I think this first one actually covers more stuff. Unfortunately the introducer takes a few minutes before we get to see Linus and Greg. In webm format.

If you can't view it in your browser or would like to download it, here's the link:
20_Years_of_Linux-Linus_and_Greg.webm (170 MB, ~51 min)

Video: Linux Kernel Report - 20 Years Old Edition

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Jon Corbet did another of his Linux Kernel talks at the LinuxCon Japan 2011 in early June. This is his Linux 20th Anniversary edition where he goes into a lot of the history of Linux so this talk is a bit different than his previous ones. Here it is in webm format.

Can't play it in your browser or want to download it? Get it here:
linux-kernel-report-age-20.webm (166 MB, ~50 min)

Video: Dan Walsh on SELinux and KVM

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Dan Walsh gave a presentation at the Red Hat Technical User group Netherlands (RHTUGNL) entitled something like, This isn't your grandfather's SELinux. I'm one of those who uses SELinux on my Fedora desktops.

Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3-ish:

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