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August RRLug Agenda: 08/12/2021

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Aug 102021
 

Our monthly RRLug meeting will run from 6:00 – 10:00 pm on Thursday, August 12th. Tonight we are going to try and see how viable the Jitsi Contact and agenda information is listed below:

August 2021 Virtual Meeting Link

  • General Linux/FOSS Discussion – Feel free to bring any problems and general topics for some lively, informative discussion during our first hour. We will break at the end of the hour and if time permits will resume any further discussions after the presentations.
  • WSL2 – James Shaw is going to walk us through the improvements that can be seen in Windows Subsystem for Linux version2. There has been considerable improvements and many are forced to use it in pursuit keeping their Linux systems up and function.
  • Discuss Potential Meeting Topics – We will continue our discussion of presentation topics for the remainder of 2021 and see if anyone has given any thoughts on possible providing a presenation.
  • Ham Radio Technology – Looking at amateur radio as an adjunct springboard technology into cyber security. Will be playing a presentation on the subject from a recent security conference if time permits.

Looking forward to seeing you all online for the August meeting.

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July RRLug Agenda: 07/08/2021

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Jul 072021
 

Our monthly RRLug meeting will run from 6:00 – 10:00 pm on Thursday, July 8th. Contact and agenda information is listed below:

July 2021 Virtual Meeting Link

  • General Linux/FOSS Discussion – Feel free to bring any problems and general topics for some lively, informative discussion during our first hour. We will break at the end of the hour and if time permits will resume any further discussions after the presentations.
  • Discuss Potential Meeting Topics – We will continue our discussion of presentation topics for the remainder of 2021 and see if anyone has given any thoughts on possible providing a presenation.
  • Linux Security Auditing (Part 2) – Sam Williams is going to take a look at a Linux security auditing tool called Lynis which provides some pretty significant reporting on potential system vulnerabilities with suggestions in many cases on how to fix them.
  • Linux Troubleshooting (Part 2) – Sam Williams is going to start a long-running series on Linux troubleshooting. Tonight he is going to begin with a brief discussion of several of the most fundamental tools that every troubleshooter should bring to the table.
  • Ham Radio Technology – Looking at amateur radio as an adjucnt technology to physical security. Will be playing a presentation on the subject from a recent security conference.

Looking forward to seeing you all online for the July meeting.

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