KLUG: July 10, 2018 – Virtualization Servers

Special thanks to Kareem S who led the group through an overview of virtualization servers including hardware considerations, hypervisors, real-world usage, and the consideration of budgets when meeting purposes. More »

July 25 2017 KLUG Meeting with R Wolf

Rafael Wolf of Express IT Solutions, LLC gave the Kalamazoo Linux Users Group a very technical and enlightening presentation in the use of the Raspberry Pi as a secure remote access solution.  Using his creative solution only port 80 need be open for establishing an SSH connection. www.eitsonline.com More »

Computing, Freedom and Privacy

Kalamazoo College Departments of Physics and Mathematics/Computer Science sponsored a discussion on computing, freedom and privacy led by world renown “Free Software” activist and a member of the Internet Hall of Fame Dr. Richard Stallman.  http://internethalloffame.org/inductees/richard-stallman Dr. Stallman gave an articulate and passionate talk on GNU (GNU is Not Unix), GPL (General Public License), and More »

Home Built NAS Server Presentation

Kevin Quiggle gave a great presentation on his “Home Built” NAS server at our Jan. 24th Meeting.  The system featured an AMD motherboard with 16 Gb of RAM, three sets of mirrored SATA hard drives, NAS4Free and the ZFS file system. For more details of this build goto: https://sites.google.com/site/ More »

KLUG Annual Holiday Party 2016

The Kalamazoo Linux User Group was very pleased to welcome Kalamazoo’s native son, Matt Crampton, to our holiday party.  Matt co-founded KLUG in 1998, and as a rising star in the Silicone Valley, he co-founded Gigwalk in 2010.  He currently serves as Gigwalk’s CTO. Gigwalk is an innovative addition to the “Sharing Economy” where Gigwalkers More »

KLUG Meeting Dec. 13th 2016

The group remoted into the ClearOS server that we are setting up for our network lab.  Working from a terminal on a Linux laptop we used the SSH protocol and learned the how to login remotely.  We then created group and user accounts using command line tools.  We will be expanding the network in future More »

Security Risk Assessment

Scott Mischke has arranged for a presentation by the Director of Information Security at MPI Research, Randy Slain, on security risk assessment “best practices”, especially as a precursor to qualification in the pharmaceutical industry;  common challenges they face with security. identifying vulnerabilities and conducting due diligence audits to mitigate risks. The presentation will begin at More »

FLOSS Presentation

Scot Henderson made another great presentation at our weekly KLUG meeting.  The topic, FLOSS or Free Libre Open Source software was very interesting and informative.  We learned the difference between Free and non-free software in the GNU/Linux world.  Scot introduced us to vrms (virtual Richard M Stallman); https://scottlinux.com/2014/02/19/find-non-free-software-installed-on-your-debian-machine/ … an apt that will detect any More »

KLUG Jan 5 2016 Meeting

Scott #3 demonstrated is big drone and flying skills at our first meeting of the new year.  He also demonstrated that he is as equally proficient at flying a mini drone that our group intends to print in the future using the 3D printer we are building. More »

KLUG Meeting Oct. 21 – Basic Network Security

Klug Meeting 10_21_14Charles  Stemaly presented a brief introduction to basic networking, followed by a demonstration on finding other connected systems connected to the local LAN network using Linux commands and by using tools like NMap and Wireshark, all from within the Kali Linux distribution (www.kali.org).

We then scanned a couple of websites using Nikto, which is a Website Vulnerability Assessment tool (https://www.cirt.net/Nikto2).


KLUG MEETING OF TUESDAY, September 30, 2014, 7 TO 9PM

Attendees: Paul Moreno, Roger, Miller, Charles Stemlay and Bill Lindemann.

Set-up PirateBox on Raspberry Pi.

Up and Down-loaded files,

Used Forum and Chat.KLUG 09-30-14

KLUG MEETING OF TUESDAY, September 2, 2014, 7 TO 9PM

Paul Moreno presented a shallow dive into Python with his Raspberry Pi, showing the code for some simple games.KLUG 09-02-14  We also discussed signing out KLUG’s Raspberry Pi to a member who would create a project and share with the group.

KLUG MEETING OF TUESDAY, August 26th 2014, 7 TO 9PM

klug08192014a klug08192014bLynden Kirk Presented a Windows 98 Virtual Machine running in VMPlayer on his Linux Mint laptop.  all so he may continue to play “Homeworld” … 1999 game of the year!

KLUG MEETING OF TUESDAY, August 19, 2014, 7 TO 9PM

KLUG-08-19-14-1024x721Attendees: Paul Moreno, Matt Collin, Lynden Kirk, Charles Stemlay, Bill Lindemann.

Mat Collin demonstrated Pirate Box.  The group was able to connect to the Pirate Box wirelessly and share files, chat, and leave messages in the forum.  We started a discussion of old software and computers we had in our individual collections and Charles Stemlay took home a Windows NT desktop cd to add to his network lab.

Next week we will virtual Win98 machine in a VM Player.

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