How do you test Linux?
How do you build your own distribution?
How do you build code to run on another machine?
In this lecture, I plan to answer these questions by introducing the theory and practice of cross compilation and virtualization, as well as discuss the ingredients and questions to ask for creating your own Linux distribution. All of the examples use free, open source software (FOSS) that is readily available in many existing distributions. But, since Linux is very much a hobbyist community, this lecture will focus on a doing-it-yourself (DIY) approach (this doesn't have to mean _by_ yourself).
In the spring I did a NovaLug presentation on LVM. The attached power-point gives an overview of how LVM is constructed and how to use the basic features of LVM.
I'm going to be presenting an iPhone programming demonstration at the November 2009 NoVaLUG meeting. Yes, I know that this is a Linux Users Group, and there's not much open source about the iPhone, but it does derive from some open source material: OpenStep, which lives on today as GNUStep. Now, gentle reader, I know what you're thinking. "If GNUStep is the current open source version of OpenStep, why don't you demo development with GNUStep?
http://www.silicon-safari.com/gal.php announced that compiled
the Guardian Angel Linux (G.A.L) - a portable full featured operating system with a complete set of Applications, etc.
also they promised, in a few weeks time, that a GAL ISO will be released and mirrored on NOVALUG’s web site - seems, it isn't present here still now;
may be some one knows there I can find / download G.A.L ISO image?
thanks in advance
There was a recent request to have the ability to create polls to post questions to the NOVALUG audience, so we have gone ahead and enabled that option for all registered users.
You will be able to create/edit/delete your own polls and set time limits to the polls.
If anyone has any question or problems about using the polls feature or any other parts of the NOVALUG website please post your questions on the forums or the mailing list.
I recommend the Forums on the site as it is an excellent place to have "OT" discussions. (just my humble opinion)
The mailman server is DOWN. We hope to have a new server up very soon.
Install, Tweak, Share!
Date: 10 October 2009
Time: 10 a.m.
Location: 11925 Bowman Towne Dr, Reston, VA (Reston Library)
Novell announced through a press release today that the long awaited SUSE Studio is finally available for production use, along with a host of other capabilities and tools to help make it easier to develop appliances based on SUSE Linux Enterprise. These offerings include: