NOTE For at least this month we will be conducting the meeting online due to the continuing COVID-19 social distancing requirements.
We will post a link to a web-based video-conferencing system on the night.
|Time for Talks|| 7:30pm,
|Phone||(03) 9380 9569|
|Tram||Routes 1 or 6 from Melbourne Central, get off at Pigdon st, Carlton|
There's no need to register, and no cost to attend.
We meet on the last Monday of the month (excepting December where we take a break).
Feel like doing a talk? Please volunteer on our mailing list or email me directly at email@example.com.
25th May 2020
27th April 2020
|Adventures in self-hosting||Danny Robson|
|'Paperwork' document management system||Michael Pope||slides|
30th March 2020
|Remote collaboration discussions||Discussion|
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24th February 2020
|iio sensors on single-board systems||Rick Miles||slides|
27th January 2020
25th November 2019
Live stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eqkn6zoOA7g
|OpenSSH certificate authentication||Timothy Rice|
|doku2wiki to mkdocs||Danny Robson|
|USB foot pedal for RSI||Michael Pope||slides|
28th October 2019
|nfq progress update||Duncan Roe||https://youtu.be/44XOV7-giyM?t=1403|
|VirtualBox and physical disks||Malcolm Herbert||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41ova_mf7EU|
30th September 2019
|YouTube streaming with a Raspberry Pi||Michael Pope||https://youtu.be/phyvUJgznSg slides|
|DNS mangling with libnetfiler_queue||Duncan Roe||https://youtu.be/tVtUcXWmC18|
26th August 2019
|bcache for SSD+HDD||Danny Robson||slides|
|Using ZFS daily on your Linux laptop||Malcolm Herbert||slides|
29th July 2019
|A backup methodology (Lightning)||Michael Pope||slides|
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|Modem and internet reliability and testing||Round table|
24th June 2019
|Shell access via injection||Damien Buttler|
|Kernel bug hunting with git bisect||Duncan Roe|
27th May 2019
|Bluetooth audio streaming to a Pi||Michael Pope||slides|
|Problem solving roundtable, Show and tell||Discussion|
|Website conversion progress||Discussion|
29th April 2019
|bashrc fun||Danny Robson||slides|
25th March 2019
25th February 2019
|PiTooth - Raspberry Pi as a Bluetooth/USB adapter||Danny Robson|
|Kodi + Netflix, 3dprinters, etc||Michael Pope||slides|
28th January 2019
|Really complicated car clock||Michael Pope||slides|
|LCA2019 report||Duncan Roe|
30th December 2018
No meeting as per usual for December. Enjoy your break!
26th November 2018
|Show and tell||Open floor|
For this month only we are in the 'snug' (still at The Great Northern) due to a booking clash.
You are encouraged to bring along, or have someone else bring along, something you have found interesting to show off in an unstructured discussion.
24th September 2018
|Danny Robson & Remote||Jitsi Conferencing Experiments|
27th August 2018
|Michael Pope||Setting up a serial console||slides|
|General||Open Floor Problem Solving Q&A|
30 July 2018
|Timothy Rice||An introduction to filesystem ACLs|
25 June 2018
|Darren Wurf||Blockchain Data Structures|
28th May 2018
|command line double entry accounting with ledger-cli||Michael Pope||slides|
|A Raspbery Pi as an ethernet-wifi bridge||Danny Robson|
30th April 2018
|Static Blogging with Pelican||Danny Robson|
28th March 2018
|Raspberry Pi air quality sensor||Michael Pope|
26th February 2018
|Gentoo Linux||Danny Robson|
29th January 2018
|Spectre & Meltdown Discussion||All @ Dinner|
|borg backup||Danny Robson|
|csmanager for NextCloud management||Bob Parker|
27 November - Cancelled
This months meeting is cancelled as most people cannot make it.
30 October 2017
|KRACK WPA vulnerability pre-meeting discussion||Everyone|
|Low powered x86 board (lightning)||Michael Pope||slides|
Feel free to volunteer for a talk on our mailing list.
Dates for 2017
|Date||Talk #1||Talk #2|
Please show your interest on our mailing list or email me directly
Normal talks go for 45minutes, lightning talks go for 15minutes. If there a lot of questions please save them for after the talks. There is room for two full talks and one lightning. Please let me know which length your talk is when volunteering.
The talks are performed in the function room.
The LED TV supports HDMI up to 1920×1080.
MLUG is known for doing live demos and it's something which makes our group unique. We would like to continue this tradition so if you do a live demo as part of your talk please make sure it fits within the time limit. If it does take a long time you can setup the demo and perform the demo after all the talks have been done.
The MLUG mailing list is great place to keep up to date on Linux news and events and discuss Linux/open source related questions.
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'mlug-au' at freenode.
Refer to our discussion at the start of the year at: rolling distros & MLUG 2012 improvements
It's best to head over to the mailing list for any questions, discussion or announcements. If you are having problems related to MLUG and you are not on mailing list you can contact:
Check compatibility before buying a notebook: http://www.linlap.com/
Hardware guide http://www.linux-hardware-guide.com/
Support GNU/Linux/BSD Vendors
MLUG is not connected to these companies in any way. These are just companies we have found that are selling notebooks/computers with the option of Linux pre-installed or no OS installed.
http://www.linuxnow.com.au/ - Lots of options and lots of distros on offer (Melbourne based)
http://www.horize.com – Horize notebooks, better specs than some of the stores
http://www.logicalblueone.com.au - Offer Ubuntu or No OS, competitive prices (Horize only)
http://www.pioneercomputers.com.au/ - Good range, plenty of options.
http://www.elx.com.au/cat/systems - Sydney based but can deliver.
The new extras that we talk/work on at meetings are:
Linux useful commands: http://www.pixelbeat.org/cmdline.html