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  • TriLUG 10th Anniversary T-Shirt Contest | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 23 April 2008 12 46pm To help celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Triangle Linux Users Group we are holding a commemorative t shirt contest To be included in the voting shirt designs must include 1 The phrase Triangle Linux Users Group or TriLUG 2 An indication of the 10th anniversary To help everyone participate we ve created this template Download at will Get

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  • April 10 Meeting - "5 big ideas of ibiblio, 3 laws of ibiblio" | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    big ideas of ibiblio 3 laws of ibiblio Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 27 March 2008 12 43pm 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

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  • March 13 Meeting - Mark Spencer of Digium, "From Project to Product" | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    37874 Raleigh NC 27627 Stats target blank src http c statcounter com 7526239 0 d1dafb16 0 alt drupal hit counter View My Stats Syndicate March 13 Meeting Mark Spencer of Digium From Project to Product Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 6 March 2008 9 07am The next meeting of the Triangle Linux Users Group will be at 7pm on Thursday March 13 2008 at Red Hat directions and location

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  • There is no February 14 meeting. | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    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 There is no

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  • January 2008 Meeting - Zenoss Core with Mark Turner | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    January 2008 Meeting Zenoss Core with Mark Turner Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 4 January 2008 3 13pm The January 2008 meeting of the Triangle Linux Users Group will be held on January 10 at Red Hat in Raleigh NC at 7 00PM Directions available at http www redhat com about contact ww americas raleigh html This month s topic is Zenoss Core Zenoss Core is an open source

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    porter on 14 July 2008 3 50pm 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 Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about August 14 Meeting Women in Technology panel discussion July 10 Meeting Deploying DNSSEC in 6 minutes Submitted by porter on 18 June 2008 3 23pm 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 Alan Clegg has over 20 years experience providing support and management of Internet facing systems As a Dale Carnegie trained public speaker Alan has provided tailored learning experiences to corporations Banc One Jefferson Pilot Communications at conventions and meetings BSDcon InfraGard HTCIA and now as part of his job with Internet Systems Consortium ISC During the NSF funded rollout of Internet access to higher education Alan assisted in the deployment of high speed 56k network access to all 2 and 4 year degree granting publicly funded colleges and universities in North Carolina Later as a member of the technical staff of Berkeley Software Design he provided training and support for the BSD OS and FreeBSD operating systems More recently Alan was a member of the senior engineering team at Hosted Solutions a data center solutions provider with multiple data centers in North Carolina and Massachusetts

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    MySpace OpenStreetMap Skype and Yahoo Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about November 12 meeting PostgreSQL 8 4 October 8 meeting Linux High Availability Submitted by porter on 5 October 2009 11 20pm Linux is a very popular choice for server applications but many businesses require extremely high availability For example phone companies require five nines of availability That s 99 999 uptime Sure my desktop PC might go a month or two between reboots But how do you ensure that your Linux based application is available ALL the time Linux HA is a set of tools that 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 September 10 meeting So You Think You Want to Start an Open Source Business Submitted by porter on 24 August 2009 10 21am NOTE There was some concern that our speaker might not be able to make it on Thursday night but we have confirmed that the presentation will proceed as originally planned Alan Porter 9 8 10pm In 2002 Tarus Balog took a leap of faith by leaving his steady day job and taking over the management of a software package called OpenNMS He has managed to slowly grow his business by providing support for this open source package and by following the mantra spend less than you earn Tarus will share his experiences with open source business how it is viewed by customers competitors contributors and leeches And if you ve got this lingering feeling that you could participate in the open source world and make it your full time profession Tarus has plenty of advice Come join us for an unforgettable talk Time 7 00pm Thursday September 10 Place Red Hat HQ Directions http www redhat com about contact ww americas raleigh html Pizza and drinks are free We d like to thank Tarus Balog and The OpenNMS Group for their generous sponsorship of this month s meeting There is no charge for attendance or membership Donations are always welcome Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about September 10 meeting So You Think You Want to Start an Open Source Business August 13 meeting Drupal Submitted by porter on 26 July 2009 10 29pm Our very own Allen Freeman will be discussing Drupal a very popular content management system and if you re reading this notice then you re seeing an example of it in action Find out how to set it up what it

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    is very good at producing optimized code for the x86 family of processors Bonus points if you can tell which distro Tyler likes to run see below Come hear Tyler tell his secrets and his war stories about making Linux run FAST You guessed it it s Gentoo Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about May 14th meeting LinuxDNA April 9th meeting Lightning Talks Submitted by porter on 17 May 2009 10 40pm The April meeting will be a chance for members to share tips and tools with each other in the form of Lightning Talks Each speaker will be given 10 minutes to discuss an indispensable tool to the group including time for questions Bring your ideas and be ready to share and enjoy Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about April 9th meeting Lightning Talks March 12th meeting Geographic Information Systems Submitted by porter on 17 May 2009 10 31pm WHAT March TriLUG meeting WHEN Thursday March 12th 7 00pm WHERE Red Hat HQ NCSU Centennial Campus MAP http www redhat com about contact ww americas raleigh html This month our very own Doug Newcomb will give us an introduction to the fascinating world of Geographic Information Systems It s the ultimate form of representing the world around us using computers Literally we re mapping out our entire planet for use online We ve all used Google Maps and Mapquest But have you heard of the collaborative effort at OpenStreetMap org 1 to produce a complete map of the world entirely from user contributed data Closer to home we might use the local land records web sites Wake County IMAPS 2 Durham GIS web 3 or the Chatham County GIS 4 See how open source software and free license data fit into these systems or not And now consumers with TomTom GPS s can share map updates with other users using TomTom Home map share 5 Again people helping people correcting the data that they know about best close to their homes On Thursday night Doug will tell us about a variety of GIS projects both commercial and open source with proprietary and open sources of map data See you all there Alan 1 http openstreetmap org 2 http imaps co wake nc us imaps 3 http gisweb2 ci durham nc us sdx 4 http www chathamgis com 5 http www tomtom com page mapshare Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about March 12th meeting Geographic Information Systems So you think you ve been rooted Submitted by porter on 1 March 2009 12 00pm Since we had a break in on pilot recently I thought I would bring up a couple of points 1 WHAT HAPPENED First of all it appears that what happened to pilot was that a vulnerability in RoundCube a fancy web mail package was exploited by a script that installs a bot part of a botnet As far as I can tell no files or emails were damaged Everything appeared to be intact It

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