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authorMurray Stokely <murray@FreeBSD.org>2010-01-31 09:27:40 +0000
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@@ -1,22 +1,21 @@
0:00:05.120,0:00:08.599
-Our first talk is entitled
+>> SATO: First is entitled as PC-BSD uh
0:00:08.599,0:00:12.079
FreeBSD on the desktop by Matt Orlander
0:00:12.079,0:00:16.409
-from iXSystems
+from iXSystems, so we - please
0:00:16.409,0:00:17.300
>> MATT: Thank you. Good morning
0:00:17.300,0:00:23.349
-I'd like to thank Sato San and George
-and the rest of the Asia BSDCon organizers
-for inviting us out
+I'd like to thank Sato-San and George and the rest
+of the AsiaBSDCon organizers for inviting us out
0:00:23.349,0:00:27.099
-we have a little FreeBSD table
+We have a little FreeBSD table
0:00:27.099,0:00:29.189
and have brought some goodies like
@@ -31,7 +30,7 @@ you can put in your pocket and walk around Tokyo
and scare people with
0:00:34.110,0:00:38.339
-%uh, any BSD committers, come on up, and we have
+Uh, any BSD committers, come on up, and we have
T-shirts for you
0:00:38.339,0:00:41.490
@@ -39,7 +38,7 @@ and it'll cost - for free - just to say thank
you
0:00:41.490,0:00:42.729
-%uh this is
+Uh, this is
0:00:42.729,0:00:44.640
FreeBSD on the Desktop
@@ -56,11 +55,10 @@ so really, I don't know why I'm
giving this talk Chris
0:00:56.970,0:00:59.060
-well, my name is Matt Orlander
+well, my name is Matt Olander
0:00:59.060,0:01:02.940
-I've been working with the BSD since
-1998
+I've been working with BSD since 1998
0:01:02.940,0:01:04.970
when I - uh -
@@ -102,7 +100,7 @@ the FreeBSD project
as well as the other BSDs
0:01:41.950,0:01:44.229
-I'm on the BSD marketing team
+I'm on the FreeBSD marketing team
0:01:44.229,0:01:47.250
some would say that I don't do enough for that
@@ -112,8 +110,7 @@ and of course I do some PC-BSD project
management as well
0:01:50.700,0:01:56.120
-so people ask us a lot of times
-why did we do PC-BSD
+so people ask us a lot of times why did we do PC-BSD
Chris can give you
0:01:56.120,0:01:57.649
@@ -260,7 +257,7 @@ whenever the port - how many are in their so far now Chris?
0:04:11.619,0:04:13.219
>> CHRIS: about a hundred
->> MATT: okay, so that's awesome
+>> MATT: okay, great. so that's awesome
0:04:13.219,0:04:16.989
so I mean you know it's only hundred but
@@ -277,8 +274,8 @@ for your average desktop user
%uh power users, you know, %uh
0:04:23.919,0:04:30.050
-can just drop in and install a port
-or a package so it's not a big deal
+they are familiar with freebsd can just drop in and
+install a port or a package so it's not a big deal
0:04:30.050,0:04:31.860
so Chris and his team have
@@ -291,7 +288,7 @@ setup scripts that tear through
0:04:35.480,0:04:40.819
and that whenever a port is updated
-it will automatically generate the PC-BSD binary
+it will automatically generate the new PC-BSD binary
0:04:40.819,0:04:44.100
and then it'll notify all of the PC-BSD users
@@ -306,7 +303,7 @@ that updates are available
but of course you can turn that off
0:04:52.889,0:04:55.150
-so the goal here is to make it
+so you know the goal here is to make it
0:04:55.150,0:04:57.290
%uh easier for people to use
@@ -324,9 +321,8 @@ as I look at forums and talk to people
is Windows users
0:05:07.249,0:05:11.869
-so we're getting a lot of Windows users
-coming on over and I think now we're
-getting a lot of Linux users coming over
+so we're getting a lot of Windows users coming on over and
+I think now we're getting a lot of Linux users coming over
0:05:11.869,0:05:14.040
you know, they like Linux, but
@@ -348,8 +344,7 @@ which includes Xorg 7.3
0:05:28.289,0:05:34.909
3.5.8, actually, you're already bumped up to
-like a 1.5.1, right?
-[mumbles]
+like a 1.5.1, right? [mumbles]
0:05:34.909,0:05:39.249
as soon as you get back, he's
@@ -377,7 +372,7 @@ the KMail call that I had to look into
0:05:56.699,0:06:03.699
but it just notifies you and you can just
-download an ISO or download a patch
+download an ISO or you can just download a patch
>> CHRIS: it notifies, downloads and applies the
patch to your system
>> MATT: brilliant
@@ -391,7 +386,7 @@ which is really cool
0:06:09.620,0:06:13.569
it'll scan and you just double click on that
-network
+networking
0:06:13.569,0:06:16.080
and enter your WPA or WEP key and
@@ -400,20 +395,20 @@ and enter your WPA or WEP key and
it'll remember these
0:06:19.489,0:06:20.990
-%uh we've got
+Uh we've got
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improvements to the PBI removal tool
0:06:22.900,0:06:27.249
-who is similar to the add / remove programs
+which is similar to the add / remove programs
from Windows
0:06:27.249,0:06:28.699
so I'll show you that
0:06:28.699,0:06:31.899
-%uh the new sound detection program
+Uh the new sound detection program
0:06:31.899,0:06:36.339
and we now finally have an amd64 build
@@ -436,7 +431,6 @@ it's like a cooking show
okay so here's our first screen after a very
typical looking
-
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FreeBSD bootstrap
@@ -462,7 +456,7 @@ I would have done that but then I wouldn't
have been able to read anything
0:07:25.249,0:07:28.009
-we default to allowing submitting
+we default to allow submitting
0:07:28.009,0:07:31.370
usage statistics to FreeBSD stats
@@ -485,7 +479,7 @@ this gives me a place I can point them to
start to persuade for the business case
0:07:51.019,0:07:53.060
-for them supporting
+of them supporting
0:07:53.060,0:07:54.370
BSD natively
@@ -520,7 +514,7 @@ firmware licenses,
and then, that's about it
0:08:28.249,0:08:33.390
-I'm going to go ahead and agree
+Anyway, I'm going to go ahead and agree
0:08:33.390,0:08:37.300
here's where I can do a fresh install
@@ -563,7 +557,7 @@ and Chris has added Bash as a default
here as well, because
0:09:42.180,0:09:48.150
-well, the Linux users seem to prefer Bash
+well, a lot of Linux users seem to prefer Bash
0:09:48.150,0:09:50.980
here's where I can toggle auto-login,
@@ -583,7 +577,7 @@ we used to have something where you actually could go in
and really tweak the partitioning and people were
0:10:06.210,0:10:08.190
-things and so right now
+breaking things and so right now
0:10:08.190,0:10:10.120
it is kind of turned off for now
@@ -790,7 +784,7 @@ and she had me show the entire class
once I had showed her
0:13:11.130,0:13:12.449
-literally two clicks
+in literally two clicks
0:13:12.449,0:13:15.980
we install %uh Apache, PHP, MySQL
@@ -811,7 +805,7 @@ just instantly switch
the PHP versions
0:13:26.440,0:13:28.300
-with the %uh web devs really like
+with the %uh you know web devs really like
0:13:28.300,0:13:30.660
for testing
@@ -879,10 +873,10 @@ with how these work
we can even go in and edit
0:14:14.989,0:14:16.229
-the HTTPD.conf
+the httpd.conf
0:14:16.229,0:14:22.300
-or the PHP.ini
+or the php.ini
0:14:22.300,0:14:26.970
and so this is just one of the one hundred
@@ -902,7 +896,7 @@ or toggle the web sites around
so a pretty clever tool for manipulating
0:14:37.549,0:14:39.160
-Apache, MySQL or PHP
+Apache, MySQL and PHP
0:14:39.160,0:14:41.220
via the GUI
@@ -935,7 +929,7 @@ that I downloaded
off of PBIDir.com
0:15:04.690,0:15:06.960
-so this is the this is the GIM
+so this is the this is the GIMP
0:15:06.960,0:15:09.090
and I'm going to install it
@@ -1186,7 +1180,7 @@ we've got a WiFi tool
%uh
0:19:35.170,0:19:39.540
-we did we do our own user management tool
+Why don't we do our own user management tool
over the KDE one?
0:19:39.540,0:19:42.090
@@ -1401,7 +1395,7 @@ maybe it was a
and maybe he made some mistakes
0:22:54.030,0:22:57.700
-%uh some CDs out, download them, tell your friends
+%uh pass some CDs out, download them, tell your friends
0:22:57.700,0:22:58.999
get your Mom on it
@@ -1471,7 +1465,7 @@ any other questions?
we have the FreeBSD table upstairs
0:24:06.299,0:24:12.640
-so stop on by before I drink too much sake!
+so stop on by before I drink too much sake!
0:24:12.640,0:24:17.770
what's the latest on BSD stats?
@@ -1506,7 +1500,7 @@ does FreeBSD or PC-BSD support Chinese?
0:24:42.750,0:24:55.360
>> AUDIENCE MEMBER: we are interested in this project
-because we've have seen that some consumers
+because we have some Linux consumers
we've tried to persuade them to use PC-BSD instead
0:24:55.360,0:24:59.320
@@ -1514,7 +1508,7 @@ we've tried to persuade them to use PC-BSD instead
especially convincing Linux consumers
0:24:59.320,0:25:02.130
->> AUDIENCE MEMBER: can we, can we join this team?
+>> AUDIENCE MEMBER: can we join this team?
0:25:02.130,0:25:03.990
>> MATT: yes absolutely
@@ -1524,7 +1518,7 @@ we would love to have you
0:25:05.199,0:25:15.670
>> AUDIENCE MEMBER: finally, can
-PC-BSD have an alternative login like KDM?
+PC-BSD have an graphic login interface like KDM?
0:25:15.670,0:25:21.490
>> MATT: yeah, it already does, it already does
@@ -1535,14 +1529,14 @@ and then it'll pull up with a customized KDM
0:25:23.440,0:25:30.130
>> AUDIENCE MEMBER: final question,
-so does PC-BSD one disk?
+Is PC-BSD one disc?
0:25:30.130,0:25:33.600
>> MATT: yeah, I just install off
-of this one disk
+of this one disc
0:25:33.600,0:25:36.820
-the second disk contains some optional
+the second disc contains some optional
0:25:36.820,0:25:41.400
yes, some optional components as well as
@@ -1552,7 +1546,7 @@ some language translations
but yeah, if you want to change the language
0:25:43.860,0:25:47.190
-during the install you would need the second disk
+during the install you would need the second disc
0:25:47.190,0:25:49.160
>> AUDIENCE MEMBER: can we contact
@@ -1616,7 +1610,7 @@ and so on and so on
0:26:39.980,0:26:46.980
the iXsystems marketing girl is
-synthesing that into a case study that
+synthesizing that into a case study that
we'll release shortly
0:26:48.480,0:26:50.750
@@ -1696,7 +1690,7 @@ off FreeBSD 7
ideally, we'd like to use ZFS as well
0:28:03.680,0:28:06.460
->> MATT: KDE4 has a few bucks
+>> MATT: KDE4 has a few bugs
0:28:06.460,0:28:10.780
so I think we should probably
@@ -1729,4 +1723,4 @@ that'd be cruel
0:28:39.700,0:28:42.300
okay well, come see us at the
-table thank you very much"
+table thank you very much