[MVLUG] Spring InstallFest?
joseph at pfeifferfamily.net
Wed Jan 12 08:48:38 MST 2011
The Fedora decision is from above. After she's taught it once she may
have an opportunity to change it for the future. I think she said
fedora 13 (looking at the site, it appears 14 is current -- I'm big on
"install current", even if that may introduce minor differences, so
I'd suggest we go with 14).
Beryl Snyder writes:
>I have worn a redhat in the past , my I sugest she look at centos? And what
>sent from a droid
>On Jan 12, 2011 7:51 AM, "Joe Pfeiffer" <joseph at pfeifferfamily.net> wrote:
>> So far, it sounds like the most available people is the 22nd (sorry,
>> Don) so unless I hear some anguished appeals that's when we'll do it.
>> I'm also trying to set something up with the local model rocket club;
>> I need to know my constraints by tonight to get that done.
>> On another note: the vast majority of our customers in recent
>> semesters have been Heather's ECE 161 students. She won't be teaching
>> that class this semester, though the person who is teaching it says
>> he'll be keeping the current setup (so there's a good chance we'll
>> still see a bunch of those students). Heather will, however, be
>> teaching a Linux administration class at DACC; DACC uses Fedora. Any
>> chance we could try to also have a Fedora install ready? I'm suddenly
>> much more interested in attending Jonathan's "how to do a VB image"
>> meeting at ID!
>> On the ID meeting -- any time after this weekend is good for me (from
>> now through the weekend is pretty hopeless, between the LCCT one-acts
>> festival and Sandi's competitions).
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