Welcome to Roanoke Linux Users Group Thursday, July 19 2018 @ 09:04 PM EDT
Mark your calendars for the next Roanoke Raspberry Jam coming Saturday, October 31, 2015 from 1:00 - 4:00 pm.
For the Fall 2015 Raspberry Jam, we'll have new projects and topics to discuss. Bring your favorite Raspberry Pi project for show-and-tell.
Events being planned:
• Monitor your home with a Raspberry Pi – IoT project for temperature and humidity
• New Users Introduction to Raspbian, the OS built specifically for the Raspberry Pi
• Raspberry Pi Show ‘n Tell – Bring your favorite project to share
• Introduction to Programming with Scratch – Roanoke Coder Dojo*
• RaspberrySTEM Creator Kit demonstration
You can register FREE for this event at Eventbrite.
* To RSVP for the Coder DoJo session, register separately here.
Our next meeting is tomorrow, September 17 at 6:30 pm at the CoLab on Grandin Road. We will be meeting in conference room "B" which is mid-way in the building, on the left side.
This meeting is an "Ubuntu Hour" event, part of the Ubuntu Virginia LoCo Team. We'll be looking at what's new in the most recent release of Ubuntu 15.04, take a tour of Ubuntu with an alternative desktop - Ubuntu MATE and how to create your own "Live USB" drive with your choice of Ubuntu version.
There will be no meeting for July, 2015. The next meeting will be the Arduino Workshop, Saturday, August 8, 2015.
See the Meetup.com site for details.
Just arrived: a new logo for the Roanoke Linux Users Group! Thought I'd try out one of the (many) designers over on Fiverr.com. Pretty spiffy, eh?
Highlights from the past couple of weeks on the ROALUG Twitter feed:
Check out the great article on SouthEast Linuxfest 2015 over at FossForce:
Running a virtual Ubuntu server? Worried about security? Here's a nice tutorial on installing Fail2Ban on Ubuntu to help defend against brute-force attacks:
Highlights from this week's ROALUG Twitter feed:
"Seeking creative, DIY girls who are looking to find their inner superheroes by creating something "big" from something very small."