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  • Feb 7 Meeting: Wireshark | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    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 Feb 7 Meeting Wireshark Submitted by bfarrow on 20 January 2013 10 58pm Topic Wireshark Presenter Nathan Flowers When Thursday February 7 7pm NOTE 1st Thursday NOT our usual 2nd Thursday Where Red Hat HQ NCSU Centennial Campus 1801 Varsity Dr Raleigh NC Map Google Maps Video YouTube Slides PDF Wireshark Wireshark is a network protocol analyzer for Unix and Windows It lets you capture and interactively browse the traffic running on a computer network It is the de facto and often de jure standard across many industries and educational institutions Nathan Flowers Nathan Flowers is a Network Engineer and has been with IBM for 23 years He started his career in the National Support Center in Atlanta GA providing dealer support for PC XT AT PS 2s and Thinkpad systems After moving to IBM in Raleigh he joined the development group of the Network Hardware Division as an Asynchronous Transfer Mode ATM and Ethernet network engineer in 1998 Nathan has had many roles in the networking environment including IBM BladeCenter r

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2013-02-07/wireshark (2016-04-29)
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  • new mail server certificates | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    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 new mail server certificates Submitted by porter on 12 January 2013 5 17pm It s that time of year again time to renew our SSL certificates For the

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/node/151 (2016-04-29)
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  • Jan 12 Workshop: Raspberry Pi | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    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 Jan 12 Workshop Raspberry Pi Submitted by bfarrow on 11 January 2013 9 26am Topic Raspberry Pi When Saturday January 12 9am 5pm Where 331 W Main St Basement Durham NC Map Google Maps Meetup Page RaspPi Meetup Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation This workshop is a follow up to the Triangle Linux Group s January 10th meeting which will be all about Raspberry Pi and may also interest you http www trilug org 2013 01 10 Raspberry Pi At least some of us SplatSpacers who will present at TriLug will be present for this workshop There isn t an agenda beyond sharing knowledge helping one another out and showing off what s possible with the Pi If you re doing something cool with your Pi please come and show it off If you have a Raspberry Pi but want to know more about what it

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2013-01-12/Raspberry_Pi (2016-04-29)
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    FossFair2012 The FOSS Fair is a barcamp or unconference style event and is completely driven by you the participants So how can you help out with the FOSS Fair Give a Presentation or Session Sessions are 50 minutes and can be as formal or informal as you are comfortable with Everyone is encouraged to hold a session Tell people about the FOSS Fair Know other groups on campus that would be interested Tell them Blog about FOSS Fair Be social about the FOSS Fair Do you have ideas about something that would make the FOSS Fair more of a success Door prises or other marketing opportunities Shoot Jack Neely an email and let him know Read more about February 18 NCSU FOSS Fair February 9 Meeting Trusted Network Connect TNC Submitted by bfarrow on 26 January 2012 9 32am Topic Trusted Network Connect TNC Presenter Lisa Lorenzin When Thursday February 9 7pm Where Red Hat HQ NCSU Centennial Campus 1801 Varsity Dr Raleigh NC Map Google Maps The Trusted Computing Group is an international standards group developing standards for building blocks and software interfaces enabling secure computing environments Trusted Network Connect TNC a work group of TCG provides a reference architecture and interfaces for network based intelligent policy decisions security automation and communication between devices Many open source and Linux based products implement TNC standards we ll talk about the architecture and standards current implementations and real world uses for TNC enabled technology This overview is intended both as a standalone session and as background for a future session in which we will take a deep dive into an open source Linux based security automation infrastructure leveraging the TNC IF MAP interface Lisa Lorenzin is a Principal Solutions Architect with Juniper Networks specializing in security and mobility solutions and a contributing member of Trusted Network Connect a work group of the Trusted Computing Group that defines an open architecture and standards for endpoint integrity and network security She has worked in a variety of Internet related roles since 1995 with more than a decade of that focused on network and information security and is currently concentrating on enterprise security includin network segmentation end to end identity based access control and integration of mobile security Meeting Sponsor WebAssign is the market leading independent online homework and assessment system available commercially since 1998 Based on the Centennial Campus of North Carolina State University in Raleigh WebAssign serves over 600 000 student users each academic term providing a customized user experience tailored to measure their academic performance at the class level Adopted at more than 1500 academic institutions worldwide WebAssign is widely known for its user friendly faculty interface innovative interaction design patent pending grading engine and partnerships with diverse content providers in the fields of math and science Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about February 9 Meeting Trusted Network Connect TNC January 12 meeting Open Source Business Intelligence Tools Submitted by bfarrow on 29 December 2011 10 26am Topic Open Source

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/node?page=15 (2016-04-29)
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  • Jan 10 Meeting: Raspberry Pi | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    Slides PDF Video YouTube Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi is a very inexpensive richly capable single board computer SBC designed for educational settings It features a modest speed ARM chip a half gigabyte of RAM flash SD USB ethernet graphic and direct digital I O interfaces that work together with a highly capable port of Debian Linux as a general purpose computing system that can as easily host your home web server or LAN engine as it can keep an eye on your thermostat or dispense cat food while you re away Synopsis In this introduction to Raspberry Pi attendees will get up close and personal with the hardware and software combination that is setting a new high water mark for price performance and useability Multiple RPi demos in the main and conference rooms will be in operation during the meeting to provide the best opportunity for hands on experience Traditional slide presentations will cover where RPi came from what its capabilities are and its charter for driving a wide range of educational opportunities while serving as an instant platform for a wide range of applications in hobby and light commercial settings The bulk of the meeting will offer demos that go from close to the metal low level apps encroaching on the traditional domain of the Arduino family of SBCs to high level tools such as Clojure Lisp implemented with the Java virtual machine Join a group of Splat Space hackers coordinated by the main speaker as they and other volunteers provide a rich introduction to this remarkable 35 device Bio Alan Dipert is a Clojure programmer working for LonoCloud Inc Clojure is a Lisp for the JVM that runs nicely on the Raspberry Pi and in his spare time

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2013-01-10/Raspberry_Pi (2016-04-29)
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  • Nov 8 Meeting: The fundamentals of git usage and internals | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    com 7526239 0 d1dafb16 0 alt drupal hit counter View My Stats Syndicate Nov 8 Meeting The fundamentals of git usage and internals Submitted by bfarrow on 17 September 2012 10 19pm Topic The fundamentals of git usage and internals Presenter Jimmy Thrasher When Thursday November 8 7pm Where Red Hat HQ NCSU Centennial Campus 1801 Varsity Dr Raleigh NC Map Google Maps Slides slideshare Video YouTube GIT Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency Git was initially designed and developed by Linus Torvalds for Linux kernel development it has since been adopted by many other projects Website git scm com Synopsis Git is a powerful tool that suffers from an abstruse and leaky user interface and a somewhat steep learning curve Using git effectively requires a working knowledge of how it functions In this talk you will learn the very basics of using git along with what is happening under the hood while you use it Bio Jimmy has been programming since he was 7 or so and is currently a freelance Rails and iOS developer He has been using git

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2012-11-08/git (2016-04-29)
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  • Oct 11 Meeting: Using the Linux Kernel Virtual Machine | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    can t get away from I am very passionate about KVM especially in regards to mixed source environments My day to day business largely involves system administration in businesses that are open to OSS but still can t get away from applications that require a Windows environment so taking a lot of the sting out by virtualizing Windows Server under Linux is near and dear to me and is a pretty exciting field in my opinion I have administered and managed and designed the infrastructure for a couple of Alexa Top 1000 sites generating upwards of 60GB of Apache logfiles per day for a single site using off the shelf open source apps filesystems and kernels Special Guest For the October 11th meeting we also will have a special guest The founder of POSSCON Todd Lewis will be speaking to the group briefly before the presentation begins The Palmetto Open Source Software Conference has brought world class speakers and content to the Southeast to discuss the latest open and open source issues for technologists business and government IT leaders and educators See for yourself at http www posscon org Jim Salter Bio Jim is a voracious open source advocate technologist and author He first chose open source in 1999 when he ran Apache on FreeBSD set up his first FreeBSD server from scratch in 2001 and first installed an open source product professionally FreeBSD 4 5 and Samba over an old Windows NT 3 5 Server in 2002 In 2004 he founded FreeBSDwiki net subtitled FreeBSD For The Impatient as an open documentation project available to the public It now has over 500 articles over 30 000 edits and 10 000 unique visitors per month with 65 of content being self authored For many years it was one of the

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2012-10-11/kvm (2016-04-29)
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  • September 15 Workshop: Linux Bluetooth Tools and Security | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    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 September 15 Workshop Linux Bluetooth Tools and Security Submitted by bfarrow on 20 August 2012 10 37pm Topic Linux Bluetooth Tools and Security When Saturday September 15 10am 5pm Where Design Box 307 W Martin Street Downtown Raleigh Cost Free Map Google Maps Schedule 11am

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2012-09-15/bluetooth (2016-04-29)
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