[TriLUG] follow up on Triangle Open Source Lab
jim at neuse.net
Sat Jul 28 20:18:00 EDT 2007
Dear Fellow Linux Users,
Thank you to the folks that showed up Thursday evening at Exploris for our open source lab and to Tim at Exploris for hosting our meeting. We completed the installation of Ubuntu Server and are now ready to start using the applications on the server.
I'd especially like to thank one of the Ubuntu developers that attended our lab.
We decided not to use the Video over IP since the reflection off the projector screen was not very legible.
Now that we have a working server, we would probably benefit all concerned by going through the necessary steps to perform backup and restore.
In general, we decide on topics based on group consensus of the folks that attend. Let me know if you want to get involved. An existing poll for potential topics is on our web site:
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Triangle Open Source Lab http://www.triangleopensource.org normally meets on 4th Thursday evenings from 7 PM to 9 PM at Exploris in the room adjacent to the IMAX theater. Meetings are open to the general public and are free yet require registration by calling Jim at 838-1672 or sending email to jim at neuse.net so we can plan accordingly. Many thanks to Tim Hazlehurst at Exploris for hosting our meeting.
Jim Ray, President
Neuse River Networks
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Specializing in the design, sales, installation, and support of today's technology for small to mid-sized markets, we also focus on both commercial and industrial networks for PCs and phones. Now in our tenth year, the company began with deploying video, voice and data communications systems in the Triangle region, which we continue to do today.
PS Here's the info on Exploris:
201 E Hargett St
Raleigh NC 27601
Web Site: http://www.exploris.org
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