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    others and socializing Please let us know ASAP that you intend to present something so that we can reserve a table and chair for you Alan Porter one of our fantastic steering committee members has volunteered to demo an Arduino system that measures and records environmental stats for our hermit crab s cage It s like a Star Trek tricorder for crustaceans The hardware and development tools are all open source so share and enjoy I ve heard rumors that someone is bringing egg nog but I m not sure how much What are you bringing Go add it to the wiki now Looking forward to seeing all of you at SplatSpace on December 8 Kind regards Justis Peters Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about December 8 meeting Open Source Showcase and Holiday Social November 10 meeting Nagios and Cacti Submitted by jeff on 29 October 2011 6 28pm Topic Nagios and Cacti Presenter Dylan Lusk When Thursday November 10 7pm Where Red Hat HQ NCSU Centennial Campus Map http www redhat com about contact ww americas raleigh html No network is complete without an effective monitoring solution and who doesn t love a good graph or two Come to TriLUG s November meeting to learn the ins and outs of network and service monitoring Fellow TriLUG member Dylan Lusk will introduce Nagios and Cacti two premier projects in the world of FOSS monitoring tools Dylan will go into the details of setting up a host system to monitor the health of your network He will then show how to setup and integrate devices and services into the monitoring About Nagios and Cacti Nagios is a powerful monitoring system that enables organizations to identify and resolve IT infrastructure problems before they affect critical business processes Cacti is a complete network graphing solution designed to harness the power of RRDTool s data storage and graphing functionality About Dylan Dylan Lusk is currently a network engineer and system administrator for a regional telecommunications provider Over the years he has honed his expertise in a variety of networking related positions including stints at a Charlotte datacenter ISP and a major credit card company His extensive experience with open source network monitoring stretches back to the days when Nagios was called NetSaint circa 2000 Over those years he has successfully monitored everything from blade servers in the lab to climate sensors in enterprise grade network deployments Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about November 10 meeting Nagios and Cacti October 13 meeting FabLab Submitted by bfarrow on 23 September 2011 10 10am Topic FabLab Presenter Drew Nelson When Thursday October 13th 7pm Where Red Hat HQ NCSU Centennial Campus Map http www redhat com about contact ww americas raleigh html Permalink http trilug org 2011 10 13 fablab Drew will take us through the challenges and rewards of using Open Source software at FabLab Fab labs provide widespread access to modern means for invention They began as an outreach project from MIT s

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  • Documents from August Meeting | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    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 Documents from August Meeting Submitted by cmpalmer on 15

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  • April 2006 Meeting | [ 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 April 2006 Meeting Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 13 April 2006 8 21pm The April TriLUG meeting will be held Thursday April 13 2006 at Red Hat

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  • Podcast of November 2006 Meeting | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    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 Podcast of November 2006 Meeting Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 21 November 2006 10 20am The first official TriLUG podcast of a meeting is available now The sound isn

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  • Podcasts | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    allows you to cluster several Linux systems together to provide a very high level of availability When one system is not responding the next one takes over SImon Karpen and Eric Blau will show us how all of this Linux HA magic works Eric develops databases that are used by cellular telephone companies to route telephone calls so he knows first hand that Linux HA works well We would also like to thank Tekelec for sponsoring this month s meeting The wiki contains the pertinent details directions time agenda Linux HA Information Announcement Gathering Podcasts Read more about October 8 meeting Linux High Availability November 2007 meeting audio available Submitted by cmpalmer on 9 November 2007 3 00pm Thanks again to Pat Patterson and Sun Microsystems for this month s great meeting The meeting was well attended and the presentation timely and interesting Have a listen to the audio in ogg vorbis format 85MB or get the lower quality meeting audio in mp3 format 70MB Nov 2007 TriLUG meeting by http trilug org is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial Share Alike 3 0 United States License Information Announcement Gathering Podcasts Read more about November 2007 meeting audio available January Podcast Now Available Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 8 February 2007 3 42pm Gathering Podcasts Read more about January Podcast Now Available December Podcast Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 20 December 2006 9 57am The December Podcast audio from Daniel Chen s June talk on Ubuntu Dapper Drake is now available via the feed http www trilug org podcastogg In the interest of simplifying the production of the TriLUG Podcast the m4a format podcast is no longer available However the podcast is now available in the equally patent encumbered format mp3 That feed is available at http

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  • November 2006 Meeting - Seth Vidal on yum | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    Stats Syndicate November 2006 Meeting Seth Vidal on yum Submitted by cmpalmer on 5 November 2006 9 17pm Please join us this Thursday the 9th of November at 19 00 sharp don t be late or you ll miss the free pizza at RH hq map and directions for another great TriLUG meeting Seth Vidal blog sethdot org the maintainer of yum fedora wiki entry will give a talk Yum

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  • October 2006 Meeting - Linux and Nanocomputers | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    statcounter com 7526239 0 d1dafb16 0 alt drupal hit counter View My Stats Syndicate October 2006 Meeting Linux and Nanocomputers Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 4 October 2006 11 49am The October meeting of the Triangle Linux Users Group TriLUG will be held Thursday October 12 at 7 00 PM at Red Hat HQ map and directions Pizza and soft drinks will be provided as usual James R Williams Zavada will present Using Linux on Nanocomputers Pizza and refreshments at this meeting sponsored by Manpower Professional Applications of Linux and Nanocomputers The recent introduction of nanocomputers book sized x86 boxes can combined with Linux in creative combinations opens the possibility for innovative custom computing solutions James will describe how he used both to create a space saving low power custom server for his home network those old low powered machines to use The talk will include details on where he acquired x86 nanocomputer equipment and how he rolled his own custom Linux mini distro The presentation will give some ideas about the uses of Linux on nanocomputers outline the skills needed to create a custom Linux distro for use on nanocomputers and describe one method for doing so About

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  • September 2006 Meeting - LTSP | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    statcounter com 7526239 0 d1dafb16 0 alt drupal hit counter View My Stats Syndicate September 2006 Meeting LTSP Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 22 August 2006 4 33pm The September Triangle Linux Users Group meeting will be held on September 14 at RedHat HQ map and directions In a traditional office setting there are relatively high powered Intel based PC s spread around at every desk Each with several

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