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Intermediate Course =================== The new intermediate course is designed for those who have have completed our previous course, "Getting Started with Linux" and want to expand on what they learned. This course focuses on Linux system administration tasks, such as installation and configuration of programs providing network services. It goes into detail on how to […]
I’ve been meaning to start a thread where people post good news links for progress in the Open Source movement. I thought this might be a good place for it. To start then Microsoft Loses to Linux in Thailand Struggle By Jan Krikke LinuxInsider.com November 12, 2003 In the second quarter of 2003, just 40 […]
26 October, 2003 Dear Computer People I attach the latest quotation in the battle of quotations between LinuxIT and Evesham. Once Linux got word that the equipment might be bought from Evesham, they submitted a lower-priced quotation that meets our specification. As this is the case and time is drawing on, and unless I hear […]
Yesterday we got into the ICT Suite thanks to Nigel from Easton Community Association ( trivia: Nigel used to be in Orchestral Manoeuvres in The Dark!) and with the help of Tall Paul we got all the machines dual booting between their default Windows OS and Suse. Partitioning was fast, the install was quick and […]
Bristol Wireless Network Report Introduction: Bristol Wireless currently has 2 main operating nodes running a distribution of Debian Linux. The nodes are situated at the Easton Community Centre (ECC) and the Chelsea Inn (Chelsea). The node at the Chelsea talks back to the main node at the ECC and also runs as an open access […]
Minutes can be found at http://docs.psand.net/twiki/bin/view/CLAN/ClanMinutes230803 Training & Support See last post – http://forums.mjleonard.me.uk/viewtopic.php?p=35#35 Training will start on October 23rd, it might be an idea to incorporate a surgery night with one of the training nights to clear some of the PC boxen out of the office. If we do this it might be a […]
I’ve built myself an access point using FreeBSD, and it’s dead easy! I have: One old P200 box (96meg ram, ethernet card, 2gig disk) One d-link dwl-520 prism 2.5 card A fresh install of FreeBSD on it ( http://www.freebsd.org ) Then to change this box into a functional access point takes just 5 commands! # […]