Aug 18, 2012 – Linux Productivity Topics at PenguinsUnbound

At this month’s PenguinsUnbound Twin Cities Linux User’s Group, I will be presenting various Linux productivity topics. See the original notice here. This months PenguinsUnbound.com meeting will be: Saturday August […]

At this month’s PenguinsUnbound Twin Cities Linux User’s Group, I will be presenting various Linux productivity topics. See the original notice here.

This months PenguinsUnbound.com meeting will be:

Saturday August 18th at TIES,
1667 Snelling Ave. N., St. Paul, MN 55108
from 10:00am to 12:00pm

(See the web site www.penguinsunbound.com for directions and more info.)

*** Note, change in meeting room. We will be meeting in the Grand Hall over the garage. You will need to go in the usual door, under the sky way on the west side of the building, and then take the stairs or elevator to the second floor and go through the walk way over above the parking garage. ***

At this months Penguins Unbound Linux meeting:

Paul Hassinger will present on various productivity topics;

  • Being more productive while mobile by using Ubuntu on Android devices.
  • Remote Desktops with the NX protocol
  • Preseeding Ubuntu installer .iso files for unattended and auto-scaling installations.

Paul Hassinger (www.ipaul.com) has been a Web Developer and Systems Engineer for large scale and highly-visible auto-scaling hybrid physical, virtualized, and elastic-computing infrastructures.

We hope to see you there!

*** STREAMING ***
If you can’t make it you can use this url to stream the meeting.
mms://rss2000.video.ties2.net:1800

You should be able to connect with either:
mplayer mms://rss2000.video.ties2.net:1800
or
vlc http://rss2000.video.ties2.net:1800

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My name is Paul Hassinger, the founder of ipaul.com. I have been an avid user of computers since a child. I started when I was about 10 years old working on an Atari computer. Since then, I grew and have had exposure to all types of technologies. I started using FIDONet on a BBS as a child and grew to the Internet. My first graphical world wide web experience was in 1993 using Mosaic. Over time I've worked with both small and large computing systems even maintaining systems serving millions of users on some of the largest social networking sites. I hope to use this blog to capture what I've learned over the years and what I do in my daily life so that others and myself may find the information useful.