Category Archives: General Meetings

KLUG MEETING OF TUESDAY, August 13, 2013, 7 TO 9PM.

Attendees: Paul Moreno, Bill Lindemann, Andy Borka, Tom Phillips, Bob Snyder and John Davidson.

Tonight is a general support meeting.

Next week’s meeting will be at 110 Knapp Drive in Battle Creek, MI. on Thursday, August 22, 2013, 7 to 9pm.

 

 

VM Player Presentation

AAndy Borka presented the installation of VM Player on a Windows 8 laptop then installed and configured an Ubuntu Virtual Machine in the VM Player. http://www.vmware.com/products/player/

KLUG MEETING OF THURSDAY, JULY 11, 2013, 5 TO 7PM.

Attendees: Paul Moreno, Bill Lindemann, Andy Borka, Jim Strickland, David Stagowski, Tom Phillips and John Davidson. Paul Moreno gave a presentation of Amahi, a powerful, simple home server.

Amahi is software that runs on a dedicated PC as a central computer for your home. It handles your entertainment, storage, and computing needs. You can store, organize and deliver your recorded TV shows, videos and music to media devices in your network. Share them locally or safely around the world. And it’s expandable with a multitude of one-click install apps.

www.amahi.org

 

KLUG MEETING OF TUESDAY, JULY 2, 2013, 7 TO 9PM.

Attendees: Paul Moreno, Bill Lindemann, Jerry Prevatte, Andy Borka, Jim Strickland, Roger Miller, Brock Inglehart and first time attendee Jim Rix.                                                                        New attendee Jim Rix was attempting to use a Linux OS to install a Video Game “Age of Conan” database plug-in.

Next week’s KLUG meeting will be held on Thursday, July 11, 2013 from 5 to 7pm. Two days later and two hours earlier than our regular weekly meeting!

KLUG MEETING OF TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2013, 7 TO 9PM.

Attendees: Paul Moreno, Bill Lindemann, Jerry Prevatte, Tom Phillips, Andy Borka, John Davidson,  Mark Jones and second time attendee David Stagowski.

We discussed a once a month meeting in Battle Creek with the first meeting in July; perhaps the 4th week. We also discussed working with Raspberry Pi.

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