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Dublin POTD Tonight
Posted By Ken Guest - 16:27, 27 November 2003
There'll be a POTD tonight at 7 o'clock at the Boar's Head, Capel Street
linux.ie: tutorial on connecting to SixXS IPv6 POP
Posted By Ken Guest - 14:21, 26 November 2003
SixXS is a free IPv6 POP hosted at HEANet. It is not a public POP as HEAnet only allows tunnels onto
the POP that have an IPv4 endpoint that is directly connected
to INEX or to users that are in the near vicinity.
Jeroen Massar has written a tutorial for linux.ie detailing how to connect to the SixXS POP.
Open Evidence: Validation of Electronic Documents
Posted By Ken Guest - 09:19, 24 November 2003
Edited by Ken Guest - 09:19, 24 November 2003
As contributed by C&A Team
OpenEvidence is an open source framework for data certification, time stamping and data archival that brings technology for evidence creation, validation and long term protection of documents.
Kildare ISPCA need urgent help
Posted By Ken Guest - 09:17, 13 November 2003
Edited by Ken Guest - 09:17, 13 November 2003
There are some 120 cats and dogs that urgently need new homes - they are costing €40,000 to keep per year by the Kildare ISPCA.
Can you help find a home for them?
linux.ie: 'The Linux Mall' added to Software Vendors listing
Posted By Ken Guest - 08:58, 12 November 2003
Edited by Ken Guest - 08:58, 12 November 2003
Delighted to hear that the linuxmall have been appointed distributors for Xandros in Ireland they have been added to the software vendors page.
linux.ie branded USB Flash pendrives
Posted By Liam Bedford - 17:08, 11 November 2003
Edited by Ken Guest - 17:08, 11 November 2003
If anyone's interested in getting a USB 1.1 flash disk with an ilug logo on it, drop a mail to
ilug-flash at lbedford.org.
The prices are a little volatile at the moment, but they're in the region of
64M for 30EUR to 35EUR and
128M for 45EUR to 50EUR
The bigger the orders the more likely the prices will drop!
New ILUG Article: Subversion - A better CVS
Posted By Ken Guest - 08:59, 10 November 2003
David Neary writes about this free source code manager and version control system which is intended to replace CVS
Installing Debian on an Inspiron 500M
Posted By Ken Guest - 10:41, 6 November 2003
Edited by Ken Guest - 10:41, 6 November 2003
John Madden details how to install Debian on a Dell Inspiron 500M and how to get all the bits and pieces working.
Updated 15 November: USB + PCMCIA
Hardware Vendors Listing Updated
Posted By Ken Guest - 08:54, 6 November 2003
The list of recommended hardware vendors has been updated, based on recent discussions on the email@example.com mailing list.