678-333-8491 (10a to 10p est)
Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts
c/o Jim Kinney
Emory University School of Medicine
Department of BioMedical Informatics
36 Eagle Row, Suite 588
Atlanta, GA 30322
Things are moving along on this. I (Jim Kinney) became the official organizer of the GA-400 site about a week ago. The folks at Meetup.com have been very helpful in the transition.
Some stuff that’s needed is a new banner. The old ALE banner is looking dated. Maybe it’s time to generate a new one – 960x160px. Got an offer to help from Jason (THANKS!!) so between the two of us we may have some to look in a a short time.
JD has been a huge help in
wrangling/hijacking helping make this merger happen :-) Ever few days now I get a phone call or email from a new person looking at ALE because of the GA 400 group pointing them our way.
As soon as we figure out how, we will setup some sub groups to accommodate the growing distance between meeting – central, top-end, NW and now Southside. YAY!
Systemd may have been a crushing blow to the long-time adherents of the prior init process(es). Let’s dig into what it is, how to use it and what makes it a good choice for init replacement.
The system has to start up somehow. It may as well start with some smarts.
Jim Kinney will be the presenter and he promises to have his laptop actually connecting to the video screen this time.
Usual time – 7:30PM
Usual place – Emory Campus Department of BioMedical Informatics
Usual post meeting refreshments at Melton’s app and tap
ALE Central will have it’s next meeting June 18, 2015 at 7:30 pm in the usual ALE Central Location.
We will talk about, and play with, the newly released Fedora 22. The separation of Fedora into server and workstations is very complete. The addition of the atomic release is up for discussion as well. There will be some freshly installed VM’s and maybe a new to install VM to walk through the process.
The speaker will be Jim Kinney who has a long history of being a totally over-the-top Linux Enthusiasts. He also works at Emory and gets to play with Linux systems for a living. Occasionally he melts metal and creates sawdust. He can often be found with an ale nearby.
It’s been a long time getting to this point but the attendance at meetings is down to 2 people. That’s not enough to justify a speaker doing the effort for a presentation. Jim Kinney has offered to provide life support for 6 months by way of being the speaker with a variety of topics for the 6 months of meetings beginning June 18. The caveat is there needs to be 30 people that commit to attending meetings so there’s at least 15-20 that show up.
This meeting on May 21 will be a planning meeting for topics. So get your ideas sorted and bring them!
May 21, 2015 at 7:30 PM at the ALE-Central location.
Linux MD RAID has been helping both enterprises and hobbyists keep their systems running through thick and thin for many years. In the past few years, hardware evolution and marketplace changes have created some traps for the unwary. This presentation will review the feature history
of Linux RAID, explain the most common traps, and show common configurations with their pros and cons. An “alternate” install of Ubuntu server will be used for demonstrations.
Phil Turmel has been an electronics and computing enthusiast since his father had him help solder together a Heathkit H8 back in 1979. As an Electrical Engineer and small businessman, Phil has been using Linux for both work and home tasks for over a decade. A regular contributor to the linux-raid mailing list, Phil has both experienced and helped others.
with common Linux RAID problems.
The meeting will be at ALE-Central at 7:30 pm. See here for directions.