August 27, 2014

Linuxinstall.net Episode 124 - Security and Ohio Linux Fest Rock - Recorded Tuesday Aug 26, 2014

1) Introduction

  • Brian - I Hate developing solutions that MS says can’t be done
  • Walt - XBMC Build Complete
  • Joe - MOAR automation and log rotations

2) What we are up to with Linux?

  • It’s Birthday Week in the Linux World!!!!
    • Debian turns 21 on Aug. 16th!
    • Linux turned 23 on Aug. 25th
  • Lumina Desktop
  • Security Topics - Securing your applications communications on the internal network

3) Conclusion

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OhioLinux Fest October 24-25 (Twitter)

Brian and Greg are presenting on Sat Oct 25 no more details as they come out.

August 20, 2014

Linuxinstall.net Episode 123 - Cause Linux is just that easy to install… - Recorded Tuesday Aug 19, 2014

1) Introduction

  • Brian - OK Maybe Drop Down Terminals do rule…
  • Walt - Rebuilding Mac Mini’s sucks
  • Joe - WORK and automation sometimes don’t mix

2) What we are up to with Linux?

3) Conclusion

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August 12, 2014

LinuxInstall.net Episode 122 - Drop Down Terminals and Docker…


1) Introduction

  • Brian - I am death to all smart phones…NO really I have killed every version I have owned.
  • Walt - Elementary OS Freya Beta
  • Joe - WORK

2) What we are up to with Linux? ##

3) Conclusion

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Don’t forget to check out Brian next Weds over on the Arrested DevOps Podcast

August 12, 2014

Linuxinstall.net Episode 122 - Live Recording…

We are going to be recording our latest podcast on G+ Hangouts tonight.  Watch it on Youtube.com( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNcDteCC1-w ) Getting the team together is sometimes like wrangling cats so we don’t always hit the mark exactly.

August 7, 2014

LinuxInstall.net Episode 121 - What to do when your bored… Recorded Tuesday Aug 05, 2014


1) Introduction

  • Brian - Brian played with his latest PogoPlug, got Strep, still feels bad….
  • Walt - Roku / Media Players, Challenges in getting current information online!
  • Joe - using autofs for windows mounts

2) What we are up to with Linux?

  • Linux Mint 17 works fine but still misfires every once in a while
  • Walt found this cool tool on his search for a flat file blog system, a Markdown Tool called Haroopad via the Linux Action Show
  • Walt also found us another toy to play with on our search for the perfect Media Server… Media Browser

3) Conclusion

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July 30, 2014

LinuxInstall.net Episode 120 - More fun with PogoPlugs…

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1) Introduction

  • Brian - Brian played with PogoPlug and LInux Mint 17 Cinnamon
  • Walt - Got the Pogoplug working off an SD Card

2) What we are up to with Linux?

More Fun with the PogoPlug

  • Installing Archlinux onto a USB Key is easy
  • Installing Debian is a medium difficulty
  • Installing on the SD card is an advanced task
  • The PogoPlugs aren’t fast but they will work great for simple tasks
  • Walt is seeing about 35/Mbps file transfers so the throughput does not even max out the USB 2.0 speed
  • Serving stactic pages works fine but DB’s should probably be avoided due to a lack of memory.
  • Check out TiddlyWiki as a cool wiki without the need of a DB and most of the processing is done in the browser as it’s all written in JavaScript.

3) Conclusion

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July 23, 2014

LinuxInstall.net Episode 119 - Hacking Pogo Plugs and stuff?

1) Introduction

Brian - Walt sucks cause I now have 3 Pogo Plugs on the way because they only cost me $30 with 2 day shipping. 
Walt - Has been running a ton of Cable.

2) What we are up to with Linux? ##

Hacking the Pogo Plug and other Pogo devices…. Pogo Plug Sale

Walt wants to try this one out Jinzora 3

VMWare Management Stuff: MonitorIQ

3) Conclusion

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July 23, 2014

LinuxInstall.net Episode 119 - Hacking Pogo Plugs and stuff?

1) Introduction

Brian - Walt sucks cause I now have 3 Pogo Plugs on the way because they only cost me $30 with 2 day shipping. 
Walt - Has been running a ton of Cable.

2) What we are up to with Linux? ##

Hacking the Pogo Plug and other Pogo devices…. Pogo Plug Sale

Walt wants to try this one out Jinzora 3

VMWare Management Stuff: MonitorIQ

3) Conclusion

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July 23, 2014

LinuxInstall.net Episode 119 - Hacking Pogo Plugs and stuff?

1) Introduction

Brian - Walt sucks cause I now have 3 Pogo Plugs on the way because they only cost me $30 with 2 day shipping. 
Walt - Has been running a ton of Cable.

2) What we are up to with Linux? ##

Hacking the Pogo Plug and other Pogo devices…. Pogo Plug Sale

Walt wants to try this one out Jinzora 3

VMWare Management Stuff: MonitorIQ

3) Conclusion

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July 16, 2014

Linuxinstall.net Episode 118 - What do you run at Home?

1) Introduction

Brian - Ansible is pretty neat
Joe - Too much work not enough fun
Walt - Migrating the workloads on a Dell 2650 to a Pogo Plug

2) What we are up to with Linux? ##

What services are you running on your home network? (DNS, DHCP,File Servers,etc)

3) Conclusion

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