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Playstation Media Server Documentation updated
Documentation for installing the Play Station Media Server has been updated for Fedora 18 PS3_Media_Server
CedarLUG Meeting Oct. 22
CedarLUG Meeting Monday, Oct 22, 2012 328 ITT, 3:00 p.m. (Election of Officers)
CedarLUG Meeting Sept. 28
CedarLUG Meeting Friday, Sept. 28th, 2012 328 ITT, 6:00 p.m.
CedarLUG is the Cedar Valley Linux Users Group A UNI Student Organization http://www.cedarlug.org on freenode irc: #cedarlug
The meeting will be very informal (they always are). Students, faculty, staff and community members wanting to know more about GNU/Linux use on campus or more about GNU/Linux in general are always welcome.
The meeting topic will be “Who's got your back(up)?” setting up Amanda backup server to backup and restore Linux and Windows clients.
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Did you get a gTablet too?
It seems like this is now an official trend around the campus here at UNI. Read How to update your gTablet to understand the process of dealing with different ROMs on your new Android Tablet.
Things I couldn't find in Google
Every once in a while, search engines come up short when you need them to come through for you in a big way. It's times like these when you waste more time searching for answers than had you just delved into the code and fixed the crux of the issue yourself. This page on "Things Google Won't (or didn't) Find For Me" was set up as a place to put things that eluded my favorite search engine.
Ironically, Yahoo crawled this page almost immediately after I created it.
Who we are
The Cedar Valley Linux Users Group (CedarLUG) serves the Cedar Valley region in Iowa from the University of Northern Iowa campus.
The group consists of both college students and community members that hold a common interest in the GNU/Linux operating system.
Where is the discussion?
A majority of the CedarLUG discussion is held on the CedarLUG mailing list. Feel free to sign up for the mailing list and contribute to the discussion.
In addition, there are several students and community members actively taking part in the IRC channel #cedarlug, found on the server irc.freenode.com.