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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.
LinuxIT make LPI training courses freely accessible
Posted By Ken Guest - 12:41, 29 October 2003
Edited by Ken Guest - 12:41, 29 October 2003
As contributed by Eoin Kelly
LinuxIT makes Professional Linux Training freely available to everyone.
LinuxIT announces the availability of its training courses leading to Linux Professional Institute (LPI ) Certification under GPL, GNU Free Documentation License.
The released manuals under the GPL license agreement gives everyone free access to professional training material downloadable from mirror sites around the world. This material is suitable as a preparation for the Level I certification program of the Linux Professional Institute (LPI 101 and LPI 102). Independent trainers as well as training companies will benefit by being able to use these professionally developed manuals which are free to download and use.
Irish Computer Society: "Go Faster! The TransRelational Approach to DBMS"
Posted By Ken Guest - 11:39, 23 October 2003
"Go Faster! The TransRelational Approach to DBMS".
"In the field of scientific endeavour, an idea emerges from time to time that is so startlingly novel, and so dramatically better than anything that went before, that it can truly be described as a breakthrough. The relational model provides the obvious example in the database world; almost everything done in that world since the relational model came along stands as testament to the radical nature and impact of that one brilliant idea. And now we are witnessing the birth of what looks set to be another major breakthrough: The TransRelational Model. In this speaker's opinion, the Transrelational Model is likely to prove the most significant advance in this field since Codd gave us the relational model, nearly 35 years ago."
OGG support for iRiver portable audio players
Posted By Ken Guest - 12:25, 15 October 2003
iRiver has quitely announced availability of firmware upgrades for their series of players, enabling OGG support.
Posted By Daragh Mc Grath - 15:17, 13 October 2003
There will be a few of us gathering in the Schoolhouse Bar in Ballsbridge at around 20:30 tomorrow (Tuesday) evening following on from the SAGE-IE meeting. illugers and any-one else in need of a few brews is welcome, as are wi-fi devices as the Schoolhouse is wi-fi enabled!
Webmin Report Generator for MySQL
Posted By Ken Guest - 11:39, 6 October 2003
Dimonex, a Waterford based company, have written a [Webmin module] report generator for MySQL and are looking for beta testers.
Talk on EU Software Patents Directive
Posted By Ken Guest - 09:15, 1 October 2003
Ciaran O'Riordan is giving a talk to members of UCD Netsoc on the current European Union directive on software patents on tuesday the 7th
october at 7pm in UCD.
This is a public lecture open to all, there is no