Meetings

November 13th Meeting - Gaming on Linux

Mon, 2008-11-03 15:41

From classic arcade game emulators to the latest frag-fests, Skip Grube will give us an overview of the state of the art in Linux gaming.

October 9th Meeting - Linux at NASA

Tue, 2008-09-23 10:04

Robert Singleterry, a researcher from NASA Langley Research Center will be speaking on his discovery of open source software in his quest to study space radiation.

Robert will discuss the trials and tribulations of a Student / GPC / EI International / Grad Student / ANL-W / NASA engineer, and his trip from sole source software to the open source world. There were mountains to climb, holes to watch out for, and eventually smooth sailing ahead for this engineer's usage of open source software at NASA, all while doing his real job of space radiation research.

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September 11 Meeting - Rolling Your Own, building a REAL internet appliance

Fri, 2008-08-15 15:15

Have you ever wanted to run a bare-bones Linux system? One that is smaller than your normal desktop or server distro? Does DSL (Damn Small Linux) seem bloated and bulky to you?

Have you ever wanted to cook your food over an SSL connection? Do any of your kitchen appliances have a penguin sticker on them?

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August 14 Meeting - Women in Technology, panel discussion

Mon, 2008-07-14 14:50

This month's program will be a panel discussion on Women in Technology, and the issues that women face in a male-dominated industry. The discussion will be led by five local women who work in various areas of technology, and will be moderated by Janet Babin of the Marketplace Innovations Desk at WUNC.

July 10 Meeting - Deploying DNSSEC in 6 minutes

Wed, 2008-06-18 14:23

There have been many tutorials on DNSSEC in the past, but few have focused on just how easy it really is to deploy secure DNS. In this presentation, Alan Clegg will provide an easy to understand and follow tutorial on rapid deployment of DNSSEC.

Additionally, Alan will comment on the newly released CERT advisory regarding DNS Infrastructure vulnerability.

Preview slides.

Speaker BIO:

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June 12 Meeting - Apple TV as a frontend to MythTV

Wed, 2008-05-14 10:22

The June 2008 meeting of the Triangle Linux Users Group will be held on June 12, 2008 at Red Hat at 7pm. For directions, go to http://www.redhat.com/about/contact/ww/americas/raleigh.html. The subject of this meeting is Apple TV as a frontend to MythTV presented by Ken Mink.

May 8 Meeting - Fedora 9 - SC Elections

Mon, 2008-05-05 14:04

The May 2008 meeting of the Triangle Linux Users Group will be held on May 8, 2008 at Red Hat at 7pm. For directions, go to http://www.redhat.com/about/contact/ww/americas/raleigh.html. The subject of this meeting is the impending Fedora 9 release. Max Spevack and others will discuss the progress of Fedora, new features, etc.

We will also hold our annual Steering Committee Elections. The candidates for the election are:

Matt Frye (re-election)
Cristobal Palmer (re-election)
Alan Porter (re-election)

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April 10 Meeting - "5 big ideas of ibiblio, 3 laws of ibiblio"

Thu, 2008-03-27 11:43

For the past 15 years, ibiblio has remained one of the major brands in the Open Source ecosystem providing services to over 3,000 projects in Open Source and Open Information. A center for collaboration, innovation and service, ibiblio (as sunsite.unc.edu and later as metalab.unc.edu) pioneered website hosting, Internet radio, network-distributed Linux distributions , and other ground- breaking activities.

Paul Jones, founder and director of ibiblio.org, will talk about how the Big Ideas are put into practice and how they have played out in such

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March 13 Meeting - Mark Spencer of Digium, "From Project to Product"

Thu, 2008-03-06 09:07

The next meeting of the Triangle Linux Users Group will be at 7pm on Thursday, March 13, 2008 at Red Hat (directions and location information).

Our speaker will be Mark Spencer of Digium giving a talk entitled "From Project to Product"

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There is no February 14 meeting.

Mon, 2008-02-11 19:06

Next Meeting is March 13, Mark Spencer on Asterisk. See you next month.

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