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GCLUG Monthly Meeting

  • Dec 4, 2012 · 6:00 PM
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Due to the holidays we are a holding this meeting a couple of weeks early. We'll be back at Discovery Learning and will discuss the scheduling of a RedHat presentation to be offered shortly after the first of the year. Be sure to be with us in December to voice your preference for the date of this presentation.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    As one more thought, does anyone know anything about setting up the Linux Terminal Server Project for a small network? Cite: http://www.ltsp.org/

    It just looks cool...

    December 10, 2012

    • John G.

      I think it's a great idea in the right environment. Plus, one can use very old boxes as terminals since they do not require much aside from decent video capability. Maintaining a central box in a classroom setting, for instance, would be ideal. Even a home project could be fun if there were four or five boxes in a home with a powerful and fact central box running LTSP. I think it would be fun to play with, for certain!

      December 11, 2012

  • Pete M.

    @ clay I have a couple of servers running myself for file server, pbx, network mgmnt, firewall, web/FTP, etc. we could probably do a small write up on setting up a LAMP server.

    December 5, 2012

    • A former member
      A former member

      That would be great. My background in Debian based linux, so figuring out Ubuntu Server would be perfect. Unfortunately, that is a world about which I know nothing. I could do the install, but I don't even know where to begin to set up a server that all the computers on my network could recognize and access.

      December 6, 2012

    • John G.

      Pete: Doing a written presentation is something that had not occurred to me. However, I like the idea. I'll be glad to help if that is something you would like to try. I can at least offer to do an attractive layout for the article, and even provide some writing assistance, if you would like. Maybe we should discuss this idea further. Who knows, we might have others interested, also? Anyone?

      December 6, 2012

  • TheShu

    Great meeting. I knew very little about Python before Clay's presentation. John...one other suggestion for a topic for future presentation occurred to me which I know very little about. That would be, what would be the benefit of having a home server and how to go about building a home network.

    December 5, 2012

    • John G.

      Benefits of a home server sounds like a great presentation idea. I'll add it to the list along with hey presentation about building a home network.

      December 5, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Something I would love to learn is how to convert an old linux box into a file server to quickly create my own backup repos for (1) when I reinstall linux onto newer machines (so I don't have to download from the internet) and (2) to share my virtual box operating systems (specificially, my XP install).

    December 5, 2012

  • John G.

    Excellent meeting with a great presentation from Clay about Python.

    December 5, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hey Everyone,
    It was a pleasure to meet you.

    Clay

    December 5, 2012

  • Pete M.

    Yes. It was very informative. I am planning on tinkering with Python over the holidays.

    December 5, 2012

  • Jon F.

    Thanks to all. I'm looking forward to the next time. Clay's "On the Fly" presentation impressive in a couple of ways. First it was great to get a sense of Python as a programming language, but most impressive was Clay's ability to present the material in a clear and easily understood manner. High Point University is fortunate to have him.

    December 5, 2012

  • Pat C.

    Excellent! Clay gave a great impromptu demonstration of Python.

    December 5, 2012

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