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August RRLug Virtual Meeting Agenda: 08/13/2020

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Aug 112020
 

Our meeting will start at our usual 6:00 pm on Thursday, August 13th. We should have plenty of time for discussion since the schedule has been expanded from 6 – 10pm. Contact and agenda information is listed below:

August Virtual Meeting Link

  • Getting Credentials from a locked Windows PC in 12 SecondsJoe Granneman is going to discuss how a Linux USB computer can be used to steal credentials from a locked Windows machine. Joe’s focus is always on prevention so don’t get any ideas, but for those working in a heterogeneous OS environment this presentation could be a godsend.
  • WordPress Security Thoughts – Sam Williams is going to discuss a few things he encountered recently while dealing with an ISP flagged WordPress security issue.
  • Linux Tips and Tricks – We will be discussing tip and tricks that you should consider when using Linux.
  • Linux Round-Table Discussion – We will discuss any Linux related news items that strike a responsive cord with the membership. We will also discuss any technical problems or issues people may be dealing with.

Look forward to seeing you all at the August meeting! Stay safe!

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July RRLug Virtual Meeting Agenda: 07/09/2020

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Jul 082020
 

Our July meeting will start at our usual 6:00 pm on Thursday, July 9th. We should have plenty of time since I’ve scheduled the meeting from 6-10pm. Contact and agenda information is listed below:

July RRLug Virtual Meeting Link

  • Linux Round-Table Discussion – We will discuss any Linux related news items that strike a responsive cord with the membership. We will also discuss any technical problems or issues people may be dealing with.
  • Linux Tips and Tricks – We will be discussing tip and tricks that you should consider when using Linux.
  • Connecting to I2C, SPI, and GPIO devices with USB Adapters – Derald Woods is going to look at a few USB adapters that are readily available from online sources. These devices can be used from your Linux system to interact with IC peripherals over a USB connection. They help in prototyping new functionality that may not be provided your current platform. And they can be fun to tinker around with.

Target USB Devices for Presentation:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B082KQ75QM

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07T9CPMHT

https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/microchip-technology/ADM00419/ADM00419-ND

Look forward to seeing you all online tomorrow night.

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