WPLUG will have a General Users Meeting and presentation on Saturday, July 12th, starting at 10am on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University, CMU Newell Simon Hall 3002.
Schedule for the Day
9:30am - Setup
10:00am - Doors Open
11:00am - Featured Presentation
12:30pm - Break for Lunch
2:00pm - Finish clean up, everyone out
Our scheduled speaker will not be available to present at this meeting. Instead, Ted Rodgers of Carnegie Mellon's Robotics Institute will be presenting on newer features/items found in the Linux kernel and centrally managing Linux systems.
Like clockwork, every 10 weeks, there is a new kernel release from upstream developers. With each release, there are numerous changes to that add to or change existing features. During this meeting, we'll take a look at some of the newer items found in the Linux kernel: some shiny, some not so much, but all useful to someone, or they wouldn't have been added. If time permits, we'll examine ways to make managing multiple Linux systems easier.
If you would like to volunteer to assist with this meeting, please add your name to one or more of the categories below.