At the October 27th meeting of the Kalamazoo Linux Users Group we discussed and demonstrated the use of “Wine” – www.winehq.org – to run Windows programs on the Linux operating system. We also discussed and approved a plan to fund a project to build a totally “Open Source” 3D printer as a group; A bill […]
Last night Scott Henderson did in impromptu presentation of GNU (a recursive acronym for “GNU’s Not Unix.”) and GPL (General Public License) and the four freedoms of open source software: The freedom to run the program as you wish, for any purpose. The freedom to study how the program works, and adapt it to your […]
At our Weekly KLUG meeting we checked out a great new Linux distribution of Chromixium and a few members learned the basics of a publishing program for Linux called Scribus. We also held elections for our board and the results were: Lynden Kirk – President; Bill Lindemann – Secretary and Director; Paul Moreno – Treasurer […]
We had a very lively meeting this week and discussed Linux commands and creating a duel boot Linux on a Windows 8 machine.
Charles Stemaly presented and demonstrated a “Honey Pot” he created with Artillery. Artillery allows an adminstrator to set a trap to detect, deflect, or in some manner counteract attempts at unauthorized use of information systems. KLUG will continue exploring security exploits counter measures at future meeting, so let us know what topics you would like to […]