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  • www.trilug.org mailing lists - Admin Links
    name to visit the configuration pages for that list To visit the administrators configuration page for an unadvertised list open a URL similar to this one but with a and the list name appended If you have the proper authority you can also create a new mailing list General list information can be found at the mailing list overview page Send questions and comments to mailman trilug org List Description

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  • Volunteers Info Page
    by filling out the following form You will be sent email requesting confirmation to prevent others from gratuitously subscribing you Once confirmation is received your request will be held for approval by the list moderator You will be notified of the moderator s decision by email This is also a private list which means that the list of members is not available to non members Your email address Your name optional You may enter a privacy password below This provides only mild security but should prevent others from messing with your subscription Do not use a valuable password as it will occasionally be emailed back to you in cleartext If you choose not to enter a password one will be automatically generated for you and it will be sent to you once you ve confirmed your subscription You can always request a mail back of your password when you edit your personal options Pick a password Reenter password to confirm Which language do you prefer to display your messages English USA Would you like to receive list mail batched in a daily digest No Yes Volunteers Subscribers The subscribers list is only available to the list members Enter your address

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  • User account | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    IRC Welcome TriLUG FAQ Member Services FAQ Articles of Incorporation By Laws and Policies Speaking at TriLUG Who s online There are currently 0 users online Gold Sponsor Hosting Sponsor Hosting for TriLUG s infrastructure is provided by DASH Systems Mailing Address TriLUG P O Box 37874 Raleigh NC 27627 Stats target blank src http c statcounter com 7526239 0 d1dafb16 0 alt drupal hit counter View My Stats Syndicate

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  • User account | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    Lists Meetings Resources Sponsors Steering Committee TriLUG IRC Welcome TriLUG FAQ Member Services FAQ Articles of Incorporation By Laws and Policies Speaking at TriLUG Who s online There are currently 0 users online Gold Sponsor Hosting Sponsor Hosting for TriLUG s infrastructure is provided by DASH Systems Mailing Address TriLUG P O Box 37874 Raleigh NC 27627 Stats target blank src http c statcounter com 7526239 0 d1dafb16 0 alt

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  • Announcement | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    10 min by Sebastian http gnube hcoop net wiki Using Owncloud and a Beaglebone Black you can create your own dropbox google calendar google contacts with as much space as you want I m creating a guide so anyone else can also do it The basics are mostly there and I d love some help The talk would be a brief description of the project a demonstration of my personal owncloud and the speed of transfer and a call for help LilyPond Music Typesetting on Linux 5 min by Scott Miller stmiller in trilug https scottlinux com LilyPond is a free GPLv3 music engraving or typesetting app LilyPond is somewhat similar to LaTeX but for music This talk will give a quick overview as well as demonstration of working with LilyPond on Linux which I have used for professional purposes http lilypond org Sketching computer network diagrams on a computer 5 min by Stanley Karunditu http veegeex io As a network engineer discussing a network as always means getting out a piece of paper and drawing the network Would be nice to sketch a network diagram and quickly save it for later on a computer So i can make it pretty on visio later VeegeeX vgx is my open source attempt at this problem http veegeex io Stupid pinging web app again 10 min by William Chandler http 0x0f io Stupid pinging web app i showed off last year revamping it Open Source Status Updates 5 min by Lenore Ramm http eronel blogspot com Status net OStatus and Pump io Introduction to FIO 5 min by Dwain Sims Introduction to FIO The Flexible I O Tester Owner Jens Axboe fio is the Swiss Army Knife of I O Test and Benchmarking tools It supports many different I O engines and can work with complete block devices or files It runs on Linux Windows and various UNIX flavors This lighting talk will be a brief introduction to fio and how it works http freecode com projects fio Password Management with KeePassX 5 min by Michael Hrivnak KeePassX is an open source password manager I ll show how to manage all of your passwords in one app and have convenient access to them from your desktop machines and mobile devices http www keepassx org RTL SDR 5 min by Kevin Otte Wherein I tempt the Fates of the Live Demo and show off a 25 USB device that lets us see and hear the myriad of radio signals floating around us http sdr osmocom org trac wiki rtl sdr Skyping unlimited U S Calls a very good rate 5 min by Mike Rulison I stumbeld upon Skype as a way to avoid mobile phone charges on a cheap expensive mobile phone as long as I am at a wifi source http www skype com en LaTeX War Crimes 5 min by ik http iank org http blog iank org programmatically generated latex sieve of eratosthenes html Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more

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  • Announcement | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    Read more about May 8 Meeting SystemD April 10 Meeting Ansible Submitted by bfarrow on 24 February 2014 2 29pm Topic Ansible Presenter Joseph Tate When Thursday 10th April 2014 7pm pizza from 6 45pm Re scheduled from Feb Where NC State Engineering Building II Room 1021 Centennial Campus Parking The parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm Map Google Maps Sponsor Ansible Inc Video Youtube recorded using Webcamstudio Slides An Introduction to Ansible Abstract Ansible is a powerful remote system management tool like Puppet or Chef for configuration management and like Fabric and Capistrano for application deployment Ansible can also do system provisioning through modules for various cloud providers As a hybrid Ansible is a little more step wise than a pure configuration management system which makes it better for deploying software and dealing with multiple system tiers and more declarative than your typical remote automation framework which makes it easier to manage dissimilar systems even systems not originally deployed with Ansible It has very minimal client requirements and no deployed client agent Joseph will introduce Ansible for single tasks and highlight some of the built in modules and what you can do with them Then he will jump into best practices for stringing multiple tasks together into Ansible Playbooks especially how not to repeat yourself Finally he ll tie it all together with Amazon EC2 to show how to fire up spot instances using a base image configure it with a set of software and configuration do some work with it and finally tear it all down Bio Joseph was introduced to Linux while in college in 1998 and while he didn t understand Debian then and arguably still doesn t did manage to download RedHat 5 0 onto a bunch of floppies and install it successfully he then tried never again to look at Windows with varying degrees of failure He cut his first open source teeth on PHP earning commit access to a couple of modules in 2001 and since has contributed to many other projects He now contributes most regularly to CherryPy and a couple of pet projects A long time RPM slinger he worked for the now defunct rPath from 2005 2009 building system configuration and distro building software Now he runs the completely virtual infrastructure and continuous testing and build system for a small SaaS startup in California from his evil lair W Wbasement Joseph holds a BSE in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Duke University served as Publicity Chair of TriLUG from 2004 2006 and has reluctantly been awarded three software patents He thinks KDE is the best desktop to run multiple terminals in and VIM is the best editor Sponsor Ansible Inc Ansible Inc is based in Durham NC and provides products and services around the Ansible project in addition to sponsoring Ansible s development We re also hiring check out ansible com jobs for details Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about April 10 Meeting

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  • Announcement | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    a project or product to show off As we get more demos we ll try to keep the list up to date New Search for MediaWiki Nik Everett Day job is writing a new search for Mediawiki which is pretty cool Can show it off if anyone cares to see it The Privacy Protecting Tails Linux Distro Sean Alexandre Come try out Tails a live USB Linux distro aimed at preserving your privacy and anonymity https tails boum org LibreOffice Base Demo Jeremy Davis I have built a couple of LibreOffice Base databases I would like to share One I use weekly to publish the Triangle Area Career Development Newsletter The DB helps to manage and gather meeting info of our local groups and builds the newsletter formatted with HTML I have built a nice task tracker to show off as well which was developed over time at my work place in MS Access but then recreated with LibreOffice Base as a project to compare the two I will demonstrate valuable timesaving features of the awesome LibreOffice Base program which comes free with most Linux distros Amateur Radio in the Digital Age Kevin Otte Laptops showing software brochures interactive discussion if internet remote controlled transceiver Travis Continuous Integration Michael Hrivnak I will show how TravisCI integrates with GitHub projects Making PCB s Pete Soper Designing and fabricating PCB s for your Open Hardware projects Pi AC Remote Ted Pudlik A web app running on the Raspberry Pi that I use to control my living room air conditioner Extension to multiple rooms is a work in progress SpamAway Matt Brown A concept nothing written yet for a new approach to fighting spam RPi rover Nathan Yinger Simple rover with a camera controlled and viewed by browser Automated brewery Darren Boss Partially completed automated beer brewing rig Vessel filling valve heat cooling pump control are all automated by open source hardware and software Nerf mod Cate and Allie Grey Allie will demo her latest nerf mod Information Announcement Gathering Events Read more about December 12 Meeting Holiday Demo Social Party Nov 16 Workshop Crypto Keysigning TriLUG Infrastructure Workshop Submitted by bfarrow on 5 November 2013 12 26pm Topic Crypto Keysigning TriLUG Infrastructure When Saturday November 16 10am 4pm Where Red Hat 100 E Davie St Raleigh NC Parking is free in the building Map Google Maps RSVP Please RSVP using this Form before 10am Friday 15 Nov Crypto Key Signing Learn about cryptographic keys and how to sign and verify GPG keys Some people also want to do CA Cert Assurances Don t forget to bring multiple forms of ID and you may also want to generate your key prior to the meeting TriLUG Infrastructure The TriLUG servers provide all sorts of services to our members This workshop will continue our effort to update and improve these services This is open to anyone who would like to learn and participate in maintaining our shared resources RSVP Building Access Everyone should meet in

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  • Announcement | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    Meetings Read more about September 12 Meeting Open Source the Nanotechnology of the Cloud August 8 Meeting Patents and Linux in Context Submitted by bfarrow on 17 July 2013 9 55am Topic Patents and Linux in Context Presenter Keith Bergelt When Thursday 8th August 2013 7pm Where NC State Engineering Building II Room 1025 Centennial Campus Parking The parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm Map Google Maps Video YouTube Keith will talk about intellectual property as a reality that shapes the context for open source software particularly when overlaid against trends in technologies such as mobile and cloud computing provide the history of Open Invention Network and its licensee community and discuss Linux Defenders and other opportunities for community members to contribute proactively for the benefit of open source software Keith Bergelt is the chief executive officer of Open Invention Network OIN the collaborative enterprise that enables innovation in open source and an increasingly vibrant ecosystem around Linux In this capacity he is directly responsible for enabling influencing and defending the integrity of the Linux ecosystem Central to the achievement of his goals is the acquisition and transfer of patent rights designed to permit members of the Linux ecosystem to operate free of the threat of assertion and litigation from those whose business models are antithetical to innovation and global economic growth in information technology and computing Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about August 8 Meeting Patents and Linux in Context July 11 meeting Lightning Talks Submitted by IsharaComix on 25 June 2013 4 27pm Topic Lightning Talks Presenter TriLUG Community When Thursday 11th July 2013 7pm Where NEW LOCATION Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering NC State Engineering Building II Room 1021 Centennial Campus just across the street from Red Hat Parking The parking decks are free after 5pm and street parking on Oval Drive Map Google Maps Video YouTube RSVP EventBrite You don t actually need to bring a ticket to attend Getting one just helps us prepare for refreshments so nobody goes without pizza We ll be putting the July meeting in the hands of the TriLUG community by holding a series of Lightning Talks Lightning talks are short talks of about 5 15 minutes long that give the audience a taste of a topic rather than going into the great detail associated with formal presentations If you ve been working on a cool project lately or learned something cool about technology you are qualified to present something If you have an idea for a talk please pitch it on the TriLUG mailing list and the community will help you cultivate it into a presentation you can be proud of Prepend your subject line with LT to make it easy to find ie subject LT Using Inkscape The Steering Committee will then collate a list of the topics and speakers from the mailing list posts There isn t a set theme yet but we expect a theme will emerge from the

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