broadcasting a talk
Alexander at Leidinger.net
Mon Dec 5 02:08:21 PST 2005
Julian Elischer <julian at elischer.org> wrote:
> I'm going to give a talk on Netgraph on Wednesday
> and I was wonderring if anyone had suggestions about what could be done for
> broadcasting it on the net.
It's on my list to port for a long time... maybe since 2 years. I didn't
tried it on FreeBSD yet, but the developers use it on Debian and it works
great. You can use VLC as a client.
Be prepared to wait a long time until it finishes compiling. They have
several compile machines in the computer graphics lab, and even with the use
of distcc they need several hours... I think it was 20 hours 2 years ago with
I think 8 Intel 2 GHz CPU's.
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