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Ubuntu Home Server class 1

This will be the first of many classes covering how people can use a Linux Home Server. This class will start with a presentation covering the basics of what people need to know about Ubuntu Server 12.04. After the presentation we will walk people through installing Ubuntu Server 12.04 on either what they can bring with them which either be a dedicated computer or laptop that can run Virtualbox.

Participants will need to bring ether a dedicated computer or a laptop (the dedicated computer can be a desktop or a laptop ether way it will need to be a computer that can everything on it erased premaritally)

System requirements: Dedicated computer Pentium 3, AMD equivalent, or newer with at least 256MB of RAM (while this will be enough for the base install system requirements for later classes will be higher) power cord, keyboard, and LCD monitor (please do not bring a CRT monitor if that is all you have we will have a few monitors that can be used on first come first serve basis)

A laptop which you can install Ubuntu Server 12.04 in Virtualbox. It will need:
1. All laptop will need at least 5GB of free space
a. If the laptop is running Windows XP or desktop Linux it should have 1GB of RAM
b. If the laptop is running Windows Vista, 7, or 8 it will need at least 2GB of RAM
c. MacBooks will also need at least 2GB or RAM

None members please donations $2 to $20

Doors open at 12:00 PM
Presentation starts at 1:00 PM with the workshop following immediately after

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm curious what will be covered. I already have a decent amount of experience with linux and run a few servers (Linode, etc), but I'm always looking to get new info. I probably missed a few of the basics as I am self taught. Is it worth coming to the first session, or should I just wait for a future lesson?

    November 28, 2012

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