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I don't recommend the [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zpwebsites.linuxonandroid Complete Linux Installer]. I tried it about 1 year ago. It took a lot of work (hacking) to get Arch to run. I didn't know any better at the time so I thought that was "State of the Art". I tried [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.meefik.linuxdeploy Linux Deploy] after fighting too much with the previous one. I really recommend Linux Deploy. It is highly polished; has good options; supports startup scripts. Overall I think it is very good.  
 
I don't recommend the [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zpwebsites.linuxonandroid Complete Linux Installer]. I tried it about 1 year ago. It took a lot of work (hacking) to get Arch to run. I didn't know any better at the time so I thought that was "State of the Art". I tried [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.meefik.linuxdeploy Linux Deploy] after fighting too much with the previous one. I really recommend Linux Deploy. It is highly polished; has good options; supports startup scripts. Overall I think it is very good.  
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I use [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.icecoldapps.sambaserver Samba Server] from Ice Cold Apps. I think it works well. On a rooted device there is no need for port forwarding. It can be set to auto-start on boot.
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/data is not mounted at boot time when the custom init.d scripts are run. I suffered that gotcha for a long time.  
 
/data is not mounted at boot time when the custom init.d scripts are run. I suffered that gotcha for a long time.  
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There is no systemd on Android. If you use a linux distro that defaults to systemd (like Arch), you will have to make your own start-up scripts. I hit that with cronie. i did an update and the rc.d script was removed for cronie so it wouldn't start any more. I had to create my own script.  
 
There is no systemd on Android. If you use a linux distro that defaults to systemd (like Arch), you will have to make your own start-up scripts. I hit that with cronie. i did an update and the rc.d script was removed for cronie so it wouldn't start any more. I had to create my own script.  
  
I use [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.icecoldapps.sambaserver Samba Server] from Ice Cold Apps. I think it works well. On a rooted device there is no need for port forwarding. It can be set to auto-start on boot.
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[http://www.rsnapshot.org/ rsnapshot] is a good light duty remote backup solution. It is based on rsync. It works good for me. Use SSH key-based authentication for best results.
 
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===May 2014===
 
===May 2014===

Revision as of 17:07, 8 July 2014

2014

July 2014

Newegg listing

MK808 (a FAQ for MK808b but may be a good start for the uninitiated)

Wireless is pretty bad on these units. If you are in the same room as the AP, it might work. However, speeds will be slow. There are several purported fixesfor this which include a soldering gun. I was not successful. There are 1 or 2 USB ethernet adapters which have kernel modules included. You can't but just any adapter that will work for linux; I tried.

Freaktab is the place to get a rooted ROM. The section "Android TV Player Support" is what you want. This is a RK3066 SoC device.

I don't recommend the Complete Linux Installer. I tried it about 1 year ago. It took a lot of work (hacking) to get Arch to run. I didn't know any better at the time so I thought that was "State of the Art". I tried Linux Deploy after fighting too much with the previous one. I really recommend Linux Deploy. It is highly polished; has good options; supports startup scripts. Overall I think it is very good.

I use Samba Server from Ice Cold Apps. I think it works well. On a rooted device there is no need for port forwarding. It can be set to auto-start on boot.


/data is not mounted at boot time when the custom init.d scripts are run. I suffered that gotcha for a long time.

Show the init.d script location and content. Not bash; must be Google's own scripting language.

There is no systemd on Android. If you use a linux distro that defaults to systemd (like Arch), you will have to make your own start-up scripts. I hit that with cronie. i did an update and the rc.d script was removed for cronie so it wouldn't start any more. I had to create my own script.

rsnapshot is a good light duty remote backup solution. It is based on rsync. It works good for me. Use SSH key-based authentication for best results.

May 2014

Docker - Tim Fowler

January 2014

Carolina Free PC

2013

December 2013

November 2013

October 2013

September 2013

August 2013

July 2013

June 2013

May 2013

April 2013

March 2013

  • Jared Sutton spoke about VPN capabilities of OpenSSH (OpenSSH-VPN script used in the presentation)

February 2013

January 2013

2012

December 2012

November 2012

  • Tim talked about Wifi Vulnerabilities, Exploits and Shenanigans.

October 2012

Meeting Video

September 2012

PogoPlug running Arch Linux ARM and OBD2 car adapters for your Android Smartphone Video

August 2012

July 2012

June 2012

May 2012

Erad treated us to pizza and drinks, and mentioned they were actively seeking new hires with Linux experience. Jeremy Sands gave a brief talk about long range wifi using a wireless adapter capable of 1000 mW power and a 16 dB gain Yagi antenna.

If you happen to find yourself in, say, Belize, the command to up the transmit power and unlock extra wifi channels on the adapter is: iw reg set BZ

The instructions for how to build the Yagi antenna: AB9IL Long Range Wifi

Where you can buy the antenna: Amazon

Where you can buy the adapter: Amazon

April 2012

Ruth Suehle remotely gave a presentation on The Pop Culture Guide To Open Source.

March 2012

February 2012

January 2012

2011

December 2011

  • Andrew Linnell spoke on ecommunity
  • Preston Parker spoke on "Appyling the FOSS/Linux philosophy to representative government"

October 2011

September 2011

August 2011

July 2011

June 2011

May 2011

  • Andrew Linnell gave a presentation entitled "pimp my router", which among other tantalizing topics, addressed cross architecture development for mips.


April 2011

  • Yancy Smith gave a presentation on "The Chickens of Computing".

Video of Presentation

March 2011

  • Our speaker was Toby Crawley from RedHat. Toby talked to us about Torquebox. You can view his slides (WARNING: Flash required) here.

Watch On YouTube | VGA Resolution VP8 Video (High Bitrate) | VGA Resolution VP8 Video (Low Bitrate) | Ogg Vorbis Audio
Archive.org Page


February 2011

  • Our speaker was Kendall Weaver, a software developer with Peppermint and will be speaking about the Peppermint Linux distribution and Ice. Additionally, Tom Ashley give us an update on our very own Carolina Free PC project.


January 2011

  • The meeting was cancelled due to snow.

2010

December 2010

  • Jared Sutton gave a demonstration of 5 great applications that we shouldn't live without. Eric Erkens will be demonstrating how awesome GNOME 3 is.


November 2010

October 2010

  • Shay Walters from the Columbia LUG discussed hacking the Seagate Dockstar to load Debian Linux on it. The write-up is available here. Also the ODP presentation on attaching the serial cable to the Dockstar is available here.
  • Joey Linden, also from the Columbia LUG, discussed using sshfs to access files on a remote system where you have ssh access. Examples were given accessing the Dockstar as well as a FreeNAS server.



September 2010

  • Android development was the topic de jour. A representative from Verizon discussed the cell phone provider's perspective of Android. Additionally, Rick Smith talked about developing Android applications using the Ruby-based Rhomobile development suite.

Watch On YouTube | 720p H.264 Video | 360p H.264 Video | Ogg Vorbis Audio | MP3 Audio

Archive.org Page

August 2010

  • The August meeting was cancelled


July 2010

June 2010

  • Southeast Linuxfest 2010 :D


May 2010

  • Hackfest


April 2010

March 2010

Video


February 2010


January 2010

Code examples and OO.org slides


2009

December 2009

  • Steven Edwards, a Greenville resident and former developer with Codeweavers, the group who makes Wine did a talk on Wine as well as ReactOS.


November 2009

  • John Yeary gave a presentation on Amazon Cloud Services.

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October 2009


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September 2009


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August 2009

Jeremy's Presentation
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July 2009


June 2009

  • Dave Yates and Jeremy Sands talk about some of the apps in Linux Journal's Reader's Choice Awards issue; and
  • SouthEast LinuxFest

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May 2009

  • Mike Major gave a presentation on GNUCash
  • Rick Smith demonstrated Google Android
  • Wes Yates extracting sound from YouTube downloads ffmpeg

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April 2009

March 2009

  • David Cullen: 62 different and useful command line tools presented
  • Michael Hartman, an HPC Systems Administrator with GE: Linux clustering and its usage at GE.


February 2009

  • A discussion on package managers was held. There is no podcast.


January 2009

  • Jeremy Sands gave a presentation on LAMP. There is no podcast


2008

December 2008

  • Instead of our traditional meeting format, we hosted a LAN party. Despite how interesting it would have been, there was no podcast.


November 2008

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October 2008

  • Brenda Banks: IRC for Newbies
  • John Yeary: Southeast Linuxfest Planning
  • Mike Major: DVD Authoring

No podcast this month, sorry


September 2008

  • Jas Eckard: Concludes his Bash Shell Scripting for Newbies sessions
  • Jared Sutton: pxe/tftp/iscsi/thin client/kiosk goodness
  • Kevin Jones: Free Linux PC
  • David Nalley: Kiosk using SELinux/CentOS/Fedora/RHEL/xguest

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August 2008

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July 2008

  • Jas Eckard: Bash Shell Scripting for Newbies
  • Hotness Lightning Talks
    • Vaughn: Zoneminder, pfsense, trixbox, and/or smeserver
    • David: func, cobbler, and/or BackupPC
    • Eric: dtach, perl -pi -e
    • Jeremy: MythTV

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June 2008

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April 2008

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March 2008

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February 2008

  • Google employee Ken Wehr

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January 2008

no podcast this month, sorry


2007

December 2007

  • Wes Yates gives a talk on how to build redhat-based bootable, custom install cdrom images using isolinux.

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November 2007

  • Open discussion as main speaker could not make it to the meeting.

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October 2007

  • David Nalley - Introduction to kernel compiling.

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September 2007

  • Eric Wood will be facilitating an interactive discussion about Linux networking and WRT-based wireless accesspoints.

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August 2007

  • Frank Mobley from Immedion will be telling us about the opening of Greenville's first data center.
  • Andrew Armstrong Will Be Speaking about VMware, specifically dealing with DRBD (Distributed Replicated Block Device) and heartbeat for clustering applications.

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July 2007

  • Sapna Kumar, Esq. Will be focusing on GPL, enforcement, licensing issues etc

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June 2007

  • Dr. Tom Holt of the University of North Carolina Charlotte will be joining us to talk about some of the happenings and culture in the underworld of the internet and specifically within white collar crimes.<br.>

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