Date: 28th August
Hosted By: Michael Pope
This is great for those wanting to keep a backup or create a distro. There are two ways to run remastersys.
Create a live cd with your system and data intact
Create a distro with no data included
Presentation notes: 20090828_mlug.pdf
Every week from now on we will have the cool things of this month. Here are mine for this month.
Great reviews, tutorials and podcasts: http://www.tuxradar.com
KleanSweep, clean disk easily, web: http://linux.bydg.org/~yogin
SMPlayer - cool frontend to mplayer
Sockso music server, play your music over the internet great for parties,
Spicebird, email client which does much more than thunderbird, contact, calendar, tasks
Super Grub Disk, mini boot disk (400KB download), easy menu driven grub install/rescue.
The software distribution system that works differently. rootz mounts complete live distros over the web, and makes them available locally. rootz - http://vamosproject.org/rootz
BG-Tiny Linux Bootdisk www.giannone.eu/bgtlb/current
Blueproximity - locks up the screen when you walk away from your computer with a bluetooth enabled phone. Good from a security aspect. http://blueproximity.sourceforge.net stuffed up, doesn't really unlock.
Made using Ruby on Rails http://meetinbetween.us/
http://susestudio.com/ - customise your own distro and try it out online.
Remastersys - Easy Live CDs for Ubuntu/Debian.
Ubuntu Customisation Kit- Even easier Live CD creation, Web: http://uck.sourceforge.net
Wammu, manage your phone through linux the easy way.
Zile, cut down emacs for saving space.
open font library - share fonts (Like open clip art)
OpenClipart which is usable: http://testvm.openclipart.org/cchost/
KDE 4.3 was released, which is just a polish of features.
Perl Audio Converter - http://pacpl.sourceforge.net/ - batch convert from one file format to another easier.