Archive | April 28, 2006

Dartmouth / Lake Sunapee Linux User Group Meeting, May 4th, Resara Enterprise Linux

On the DLSLUG mailing list, Bill McGonigle announces: “The next regular monthly meeting of the DLSLUG will be held Thursday, May 4th, 7-9PM, at Dartmouth College, Carson Hall Room L01. All are welcome, free of charge.


7:00 Sign-in, networking

7:15 Introductory remarks

7:20 Resara Enterprise Linux

The guys from Resara Networks will be presenting their product, Resara Enterprise Linux. “Resara Networks is a leader in Linux thin-client technology. Resara Enterprise Linux has bridged the gap between thin clients and PCs by providing centralized administration, but not sacrificing the standard capabilities of PCs. With Plug-and-Play installation, customers do not require prior Linux experience or new training to easily deploy Linux on their network.”

8:30 Roundtable Exchange – where the attendees can make announcements or ask a linux question of the group.

Please see the website for links to directions.

A sign of changing times

Netcraft notes that “Apache has overtaken Microsoft as the leading developer of secure web servers. Apache now runs on 44.0% of secure web sites, compared to 43.8% for Microsoft.” Yet another sign of the tide turning. Interesting article with several trends explaining the shift, and a great graph. Read the entire article here

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