MUUG Meetings Summaries
By Manitoba UNIX User Group
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||November 13, 2012: OpenRISC System on a Chip||Robert Keizer talked about OpenRISC and its applications: Why run an FPGA device What you can do with one Running a linux kernel on an FPGA In-lining custom instructions. Rob has made his presentation slides, in ODP and PDF format, available onli[...]||20 11 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||November 13, 2012 Round-Table Discussion||Our November meeting started with a longer-than-usual round-table discussion, moderated by Brad Vokey, which also featured a gadget show-and-tell. Several members brought along gadgets to show off to the rest of the group.||20 11 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||October 9, 2012: Arduino Microcontroller||Sean Walberg, a local network administrator, web developer, tech writer and editor, showed us what we can do with the Arduino open-source microcontroller.||10 10 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||October 9, 2012 Round-Table Discussion||The October meeting started with the usual round-table discussion, moderated by Doug Shewfelt.||10 10 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||September 11, 2012 Round-Table Discussion||Our September meeting started with the usual round-table discussion. Topics covered included CUPS printer configuration, X Window manager configuration, Apache PHP bugs, traffic shaping and net neutrality, and Windows 8.||26 9 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||May 8th, 2012: ZFS||Edwin Amsler talked about (and demonstrated) ZFS. ZFS is a file system originally developed at Sun Microsystems. It has numerous features and has a native port to Solaris, OpenSolaris, and FreeBSD; Non-official ports have been made to Linux and Mac [...]||9 5 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||May 8th, 2012 RTFM: GNU parallel(1)||May’s RTFM featured the parallel(1) command, presented by Gilbert Detillieux. (GNU parallel is not yet a standard utility on most UNIX/Linux distributions, but is freely available and portable.)||9 5 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||May 8th, 2012 Round-table Discussion||Our May meeting started with the usual round-table discussion, moderated by Brad Vokey.||9 5 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||April 10, 2012: pfSense Firewall||Adam Thompson talked about (and demonstrated) pfSense, a wholly UNIX-based network firewall and network services appliance that can run on anything from embedded devices up to the latest super-servers. pfSense is based on FreeBSD, and thus uses the [...]||11 4 2012||Free||View In iTunes|