Welcome to Roanoke Linux Users Group Wednesday, April 26 2017 @ 11:40 AM EDT
Just announced on February 2, 2015 - Raspberry Pi 2 is now available for sale. This new version sports several improvements over the Raspberry Pi model B, including:
Click on over to raspberrypi.org for the news release and video.
UbuntuGlobalJam is a word-wide community event that promotes Ubuntu and provides users a chance to participate in improving Ubuntu.
It's official - the first meeting of the Roanoke Linux Users Group. Inspired by the Ubuntu Global Jam, this meeting will provide an introduction to using Ubuntu as a workstation and a server.
Grandin CoLab has graciously agreed to provide the venue for the meeting.
Visit the ROALUG Meetup.com page for more details and directions
Roanoke Linux Users Group is now listed on Meetup.com - scheduled meetings, discussion boards and community activities will be posted there. ROALUG.net will continue to be the group blog for posting interesting news, links and comments.
Happy New Year! Did anyone get a brand new Raspberry Pi this holiday season? If so, check out this list of tips for new users!
Also, a fresh new user interface (UX) for Raspbian has been released. Check out these links:
Happy Holidays ... look for new activity and blog content in January 2015.
With all the talk about security and vulnerabilities of various operating systems, it's been hard to miss the latest revelation about the Linux/Unix bug call "Shellshocked." Some of the things being posted are not always technically correct (this article) and some are questioning if the patches being pushed out are effective.
Of course, being vigilant and making sure your system has the latest updates never hurts!
Introducing a new topic on ROALUG.net dedicated to discussion about the Raspberry Pi!
New version of Raspbian and NOOBS released September 15, 2014:
Details here at raspberrypi.org
Just announced today, September 15, 2014: Hugely popular independent game development company Mojang has sold to Microsoft for $2.5 billion.
Links to the announcements:
Still running on Windows XP? Wondering if it's time to upgrade? Maybe setting up your PC to dual boot between Windows and Linux is the right answer for you. Perhaps you want to leave Windows altogether and just start new.
Here are a couple of links to get going in the right direction:
Dual Booting Windows and Linux - Basic Concepts
How to Replace XP with Linux - Planning guide and checklist