[Newlug] Linux : Server Presentations
telecomtom at vedatel.com
telecomtom at vedatel.com
Tue Jun 26 12:51:57 CDT 2007
if anyone has the background or interest, i'd like to hear about security
and specifically selinux.
> Hey guys...
> Server setup is too broad. I'd like to see more specific presentations
> can appeal to both the advanced and the intermediate users in NEW Linux.
> we can bring in the advanced users - the intermediate users will be able
> learn from them. We need advanced users who would like to share their
> Specific topics might include a specific skill-set or a specific software
> tool used within the Linux community. Here are some good starter topics:
> * Security -> How to strap down your systems properly.
> * High-Availability -> How to build Redundancy & Load Balancing
> * Clustering -> Building CPU workhorses.
> * Spam Wars -> What tools to use & in what configuration.
> * Sandboxing -> How to test enterprise server changes & minimize your
> * Logging -> How to log properly & catch problems early.
> * Data Backup -> How to build a Backup systems for large amounts of
> Our next meeting is Monday, July 9th @ 6:30pm.
> Who would be up for doing a demo on one of these (or a similar) topic?
> Please let us know... Thanks!
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> From: newlug-bounces at newlug.org [mailto:newlug-bounces at newlug.org] On
> Of telecomtom at vedatel.com
> Sent: Saturday, June 23, 2007 5:04 AM
> To: newlug at newlug.org
> Subject: Re: [Newlug] presentations
> server setup -- that's a good discussion topic.
> -- TT
> gaveup wrote:
>> I don't have any topics that come to the top of my head, but a possible
>> discussion topic for the next meeting, in leiu of having a real
>> presentation until the next meeting might be how to 'properly' setup a
>> server. That is everyone brings their preferred way of doing things and
>> we can compare, contrast, and evaluate setups. I know that I,
>> personally, have a very different way of doing a lot of things that most
>> people so I'd be interested to know why others do things differently.
>> gaveup at gmx.net
>> Public Key: http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x959E3833
>> Fingerprint: 9EA4 0D98 5371 2C0B A0D6 B850 F2F4 9AB6 959E 3833
>> On Sun, 17 Jun 2007, telecomtom at vedatel.com wrote:
>>> anybody want to list the topics they'd most like to have presentations
>>> here are a few to think about:
>>> * asterisk
>>> * vyatta -- a linux-based open-source router from vyatta.com
>>> * mythtv -- plus antennas, capture cards, and such
>>> * whatev ...
>>> any volunteers to make presentations?
>>> -- TT
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