Posted on November 9th, 2013 No comments
The next Linux User Group meeting is scheduled for Monday Dec 2, 2013.
This is an open meeting. Bring your Linux questions.
Posted on November 4th, 2013 No comments
We have been having very good turnouts for the meetings. All the chairs in the conference room are full. Today, we talked about various topics. Tim Cash started the talk with some questions in regards to building a new machine. He had some questions about monitors and DVI on a 24 inch. Dave D. mentioned that DVI has a max of 1900×1200 on 24 inch monitors. He also recommended ATI(AMD) Infinity cards. There was talk about filesystems, using duck duck go as a search engine, and rainbow tables for password encryption.
Posted on August 6th, 2013 No comments
Dick Seabrook from AACC came and talked about Linux and programming classes available at AACC. Recently he came out of retirement and has been putting together some very challenging introductory to advance Linux classes. He is teaching CSI 135 in the fall semester. Take csi 135 online if you want to develop shell programming skills but don’t have much time to take classes during the day.
Posted on February 18th, 2013 No comments
We had an open meeting. About 8 people showed up for the meeting. We had a bunch of new people during this meeting.
We discussed using the Linux command line. We helped a user with an Ubuntu install. We also discussed Linux news sources.
Posted on July 17th, 2012 No comments
Richard Cruz gave a presentation on AMD’s | SEAMICRO “SECRET SAUCE” TO EFFICIENCY. During this presentation, he will showed some really cool new hardware. SeaMicro is a AMD owned company that provides tiny modular servers which are helping making server datacenters more efficient.