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Video: SoGO, A real and free Exchange Killer - LFNW2009

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Jakob Perry from Asemblon, Inc. gave a presentation entitled, "SoGO / Postfix / LDAP / Cyrus / Maia: A real and free Exchange killer" at the Linuxfest Northwest 2009 conference in Bellingham, WA.

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Video: Getting Started with IPv6 - LFNW2009

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Tom Eastep gave a presentation entitled, "Getting Started with IPv6" at the Linuxfest Northwest 2009 conference in Bellingham, WA. Unfortunately my video camera battery died with about 10 minutes left of his presentation... so the last 10 minutes are missing. Sorry.

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Video: OpenVZ Project Update - LFNW2009

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I gave a presentation entitled, "OpenVZ Project Update" at Linuxfest Northwest 2009 in Bellingham, WA. I have added a PDF of my slides as an attachment.

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Video: Data Centers in Orbit - LFNW2009

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Keith Lofstrom of Server-sky.com gave a presentation entitled, "Sky Server: Computation and Data Centers in Orbit" at Linuxfest Northwest 2009 in Bellingham, WA.

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http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1431656

Video: Ask Monty - LFNW2009

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Monty Widenius of Monty Program Ab gave a presentation entitled, "Ask Monty and Black Vodka" at Linuxfest Northest 2009.

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http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1436231

Video: Amazon Web Services - LFNW2009

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Satyen Choudhury from Amazon Web Services gave the following presentation entitled, "Get a server up and running in less than 10 minutes using AWS Management Console" at Linuxfest Northwest 2009 in Bellingham, WA.

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http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1430853

Video: FOSS World Domination - LFNW2009

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Jon "maddog" Hall gave a presentation entitled, "How Free and Open Source Software will have World Domination" at Linuxfest Northwest 2009 in Bellingham, WA. Please note that they started recording a bit too early and the presentation doesn't actually start until about 8 minutes in.

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http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1430592

60 Minutes segment on the Conficker virus

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Yeah, this is Microsoft Windows related, but it doesn't hurt the share the info since so many of us work in mixed environments.

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Screencast: How to Build a Fedora 10 Remix

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I made a two-part screencast on how to build a Fedora Linux remix. The first video has some slides at the beginning that explains the process and then walks through it with a live demo. The second video boots the LiveDVD that was created, shows an "Install to Hard Drive" and then shows some of the features of the remix.

Why would you want to make a remix? Two common reasons:

1) You want updated install media that has all of the updates already applied. Given the fact that Fedora has a lot of package churn and a constant stream of security fixes, bug fixes and feature enhancement updates, their install media gets out of date pretty quickly. That is especially the case if you want to use an .iso image of the LiveCD media to make a LiveUSB out of.

2) You want more software included on the Live media than Fedora provides. The Fedora folks usually fill up a single CD but how about a LiveDVD with additional desktop environments, a slew of window managers, a ton of application software, and multimedia apps that Fedora won't include in the distro? That's what I make during the screencast... a custom LiveDVD with all of the updates applied and all of the additional software I want in a LiveDVD with a painless, quick install-to-hard-drive if desired.

Here is the end result. I boot the the LiveDVD image and even do an install.

You can find the full-quality Ogg Theora videos here (Right-click, Save Link As..):
fedora-10-remix.ogv (130MB)
fedora-10-remix-boot.ogv (65MB)

Screencast: A Brief Introduction to OpenVZ

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The first "Introduction to OpenVZ" screencast that I did was over 1.5 years ago and it has become somewhat outdated... so I decided to make a new one.

If desired, you may download the full-quality Ogg Theora video:
openvz-brief-intro.ogv (114MB) (Right-click, Save Link As...)

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