Bob La Quey | 19 Jan 10:37 2015
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How can I get a Linux Mint DVD

Hi folks,

I am looking for a way to avoid dl out here in Batangas. 

I will be in Manila this weekend and could physically pick ou a DVD if I knew who or where. 

Advice? 

Thanks in advance,

Robert La Quey

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Drexx Laggui [personal] | 1 Jan 15:29 2015
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linux machine build for Eric S. Raymond

01Jan2015 (UTC +8)

Just thought I'd share, the start of the linux machine build for Eric Raymond:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=875NbdL39A0

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Michael Tinsay | 17 Dec 07:26 2014
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Ethernet bridge and KVM guests

Hi all!


I have a question on the expected behavior of the subject matter.

I have set up a KVM host running Ubuntu 14.04 with 2 NICs (eth0 and eth1).  A bridge is configured for each NIC: br0 for eth0 and br1 for eth1.  Each interface is on a separate subnet: say 10.9.8.7/24 for br0/eth0 and 10.11.12.13/24 for br1/eth1.

I also have a guest running on the said host.  It is also on Ubuntu 14.04.  This guest only has 1 nic using br0 on the host.

My question now is: should the guest be able to access hosts within br1's subnet?


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Bob La Quey | 12 Dec 02:03 2014
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Are any of you familiar with the Bitcoin code base?

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Bob La Quey | 10 Dec 06:51 2014
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Makati Digital Currency Meetup

Hola Plug,

Developers interested in Bitcoin, Darkcoin and other digital currencies as well as blockchain technology generally are invited to join us at http://www.meetup.com/Makati-Digital-Currency-Meetup/

We are doing pre-meeting organizing. Join early and you can help define this group. I am a programmer digging into the blockchain technology and look forward to meeting many of you. Lets become world class experts in this technology. 

I am along time Linux user, since 1994, debian from 14 floppy disks (or was it 18 :). My most recent gig was a high end site for the BPO industry using Django, PostgreSQL, JQuery, hosted on linode.com with source on github.com handed off to the superb team at https://icannhas.com/

We will probably have our first face to face meeting in mid January. 

Robert La Quey, PhD
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Winelfred G. Pasamba | 9 Dec 08:44 2014
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zte mf65+ gammu gnokii smsgateway modem smartbro pocket wifi

hi, anyone has any idea how to send sms from commandline with smartbro pocket wifi zte mf65+?
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Dan Sweeney | 5 Dec 05:16 2014

Bind9

Anybody out there with experience building Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6 servers with Bind9?

Please respond privately

Thanks
Dan
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Paolo Falcone | 4 Dec 12:43 2014
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Public + private cloud controller

I'd like to ask for possible hints if there are open source and commercial offerings for public + private cloud controllers:

1. Priority is constructing an internal cloud system to repurpose machines that will be freed up.
2. In the event that there's not enough capacity internally, spin instances in the public cloud (we use Rackspace Cloud)
3. Have an interface wherein developers can select a list of profiles and software collections to be configured on the vm to be provisioned. And perhaps a download vm facility.
4. As my employer is in the financial industry, supporting Solaris 10 is a must (at least just on x86, though we do have solaris sparc and aix being supported, and HPUX itanium looming on the horizon.

Someone pointed me to both VCAC (now vrealize) and Openstack, then I guess I need to weave in configuration management capabilities. Making one is still in the cards though I'd definitely want to avoid that nuclear option.

Paolo

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Kent Emia | 4 Dec 06:03 2014
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LINUX as CLOUD?

guyz.. hello...
getting out from lurking.. just want to ask.. i've read some UBUNTU pages and they say, it can be best for doing like a "CLOUD" like server

is there a way to do this IN HOUSE here in our office?

thanks


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Johann Vincent Paul Tagle | 26 Nov 20:31 2014
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laptop on ubuntu 12.04 wifi and power mgmt issues

Hi all,

Been happily using purely Linux as my desktop since I think 2007.  Lately though I'm encountering some issues.

The first one seems to be due to old hardware - I suspect that the wifi adapter is failing - even on windows (I use it backup my ipad) sometimes it fails to connect to the router - it keeps coming back to asking me to reenter the password.  Not knowing where to check, I resort to rebooting.  But lately it's becoming more frequent and I need to do multiple reboots before it goes back to normal.  So 2 questions on this:
1. where can I check what's happening if it fails to connect to the router?
2.  if indeed the problem is failing hardware, I imagine I can use one of those usb wifi adapters - any recommendations?

The second is a power mgmt issue - whenever the power adapter gets removed, once I plug it back in, it seems the machine goes to low power mode and everything crawls.  Where can I check and hopefully force it to go back to normal power mode?

Thanks

Johann
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Edwin Missiona | 25 Nov 18:26 2014

Any Takers?

Hi all,

 

We are looking for infrastructure support engineers / system/server administrators for Windows and Linux.

 

Please ping me if interested.

 

Thank you!

 

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