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I am interested in attending the next Saturday session. I was wondering if you need to submit a question or two before the session so that some scope can be prepared?
I would like to know how to install my mobile broadband USB ("3") on my notebook running Ubuntu/Virtualbox OSE-with guest additions to be used with either ubuntu or Virtualbox/Windows Vista. also on the same config machine being able to utilise my 22" monitor using virtualbox/guest additions since I can only get the same size screen as my notebook (15.4") on my 22" monitor?
Lastly I have heard that with linux you don't need to have any anti-virus/malware software installed since linux is secured due to access to the user having to give access to the root each time by password? Is this practically true? or what anti-virus/malware would be recommended?
Thank you for your time. Cheers Peter
The next beginner's workshop is on Sat 16th of October at The Hub @ Docklands 17 waterview walk 12:00noon until 4:00pm
Assisted access... We will have disks etc there!
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Hi Linux Users,
Its a really really big chance that i missed when i missed out on Open Software Day at State library in Victoria. Is there any way I can get some of the disks from that day and some stickers. I saw the video on Youtube, it was awesome.
Please keep me posted with everything.
Also when is the next workshop.
I would love to learn about programming in unix for linux. Correct me if i am wrong. I am looking for a society where I can learn more about it. A place where i can learn because Linux has always been my passion but i never got the right opportunity but today here i am . :)
The 21st of August is a saturday - not a weekday.
The authors put a lot of effort into producing high quality, colour photographs with a purpose built light-box. It was terribly sad to see that effort significantly degraded in the final result. The authors also fought very hard to get better typography (consistent and readable fonts, layout, etc) ... and, once again, the end result did not reflect their desires.
Despite these obvious publishing shortcomings ... it was great to see that Jon's and Hugh's passion for putting microcontrollers to practical use ... still shines through the book's rough exterior. With content that is accessible to newcomers to electronics.
The success of the book prompted Jon to create FreeTronics as a means of providing readily available boards / kits for the projects in Practical Arduino.
Looks like his next big project is to put all this to everyday use in his own (under construction) home ... and produce an on-going series of video blogs on YouTube.
Yup, we're looking at http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/CommunityServices/MulticulturalServices/multiculturalhub/Pages/MulticulturalHub.aspx as alternate venue for August.
DOCKLANDS The Hub @ Docklands
17 waterview walk 8am - 6pm Assisted access
Is listed on the aec website as a polling place for the federal election on the 21st of August..
I would love to come to your workshop, the only problem is it is on weekday:(, Do you have the same workshop over weekend?
Hi Kelvin. You do not need to be a member or book and there is no fee. Just turn up at the Hub.
I am interested to join this session. Do I need to be a member to attend? Any booking or entrance fee required?
As many beginners as you like!!
... Well if you want to bring a friend or 2, you are absolutely welcome to do it, and in fact very much encouraged to do so.
There are usually 4-5 LUV Members in attendance to assist, so it really depends on each ones circumstances and how much time we can spend with each individual seeking help.
Remember this is a friendly and informal event.
Is the workshop for only one beginner?
The workshops assume you have a computer, but that's about it. If you have questions, just turn up and there will be someone to answer and/or help you :-)
The talks that are scheduled *can* assume some Linux knowledge, but that depends entirely on the talk in question.
Yup, just bring the netbook and broadband stick along and we shall try to get you sorted.
Hi I have recently bought a netbook with linux on it and I want to connect it to the internet - I have a broadband stick thingy can anyone help me connect up on the 19th please
hey i have no experience using linux but am very interested in using it in the future. is this workshop designed for someone like me.
i guess what im trying to say is this workshop starting from the very start of using linux or are there anything i should know beforehand?
Around 1pm, there were 25 people at the workshop.
There were about 18 people present when I counted just after 1pm.
There were about 61 people present at this meeting.
Cool, thanks Tim!
Now available at http://www.slideshare.net/tserong/high-availability-in-37-easy-steps
Looking for Typeography information
That'd be great Edward - the more helping hands, the better :-)
I don't know offhand what distros Andrew will discuss. He wants to cover some popular open source games and also show you how to get closed source games running via Wine.
What games will he talk about? And what distro(s)?