[ANNOUNCE] TONITE!! SLUUG GENERAL = VIM...MDADM raid.

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Wed Nov 10 16:54:14 CST 2010


Sorry for last minute.  The editor's were both traveling.

On Tue, Nov 02, 2010 at 12:50:47PM -0500, SLUUG Announcement List wrote:
> Editor's picks  =
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> Wed. Nov 9
>         SLUUG           VIM,   mdadm software raid
> 
> 
> 
> And now...this week in detail...
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>                           Wednesday, November 10
> 
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                   6:00pm
>                    JCMS - Joomla CMS
                                          MOVED to Nov 30.
> 
>                    6:30pm
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 6:30pm
>                 ****        SLUUG                                    *****
>                 ****                St. Louis UNIX Users Group       *****
> 
>                                                  The basic session,
>                                                  another awesome...
>                             
>                 VIM Workshop 
>                                                  by  Bill Odum.
> 
>                              Files and Buffers and Windows and Tabs (and More!)
> 
>                                   Vim provides a wealth of features for 
>                              editing several files simultaneously, arranging 
>                              them into workspaces, and then navigating among 
>                              them.  Unfortunately, it's not always obvious 
>                              how to use these features, or how they all fit 
>                              together. If you've ever wondered why Vim won't 
>                              let you edit one file before saving another, 
>                              why :q! doesn't always let you quit, or why Vim's 
>                              tab pages seem so weird, then this workshop will 
>                              clear up the confusion.
> 
> 
> 
>                                                  Our main event will be:
>                 mdadm                
>                                                  by Jeff Muse
> 
>                                  This presentation covers mdadm, the Linux  
>                             software raid management utility.
> 
>                                  After a brief look at RAID concepts, 
>                             we'll have an explanation of what mdadm is capable 
>                             of doing and demonstrations of it in action. 
> 
>                                  Minimize unplanned downtime due to disk failure
>                             on your Linux systems by implementing mdadm, Linux 
>                             software RAID.  (If you're not sure what RAID is,
>                             don't worry, we'll talk about that first.)  
>                             mdadm supports most common RAID levels, costs less 
>                             than a hardware RAID controller, and can have 
>                             better performance.
> 
>                                  Don't have a system with massive numbers of 
>                             disks to experiment with?  We'll show you how to 
>                             simulate one using virtual machines!
> 
> 
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>                          
>                          Thursday, November 11
>                     
>      Veterans Day
>                      
>      World Usability Day
> 
>                       10:00am
>                        WCORCC-WE - MS Word SIG Excel SIG
>                        11:00am
>                         SCORCC-F Financial SIG
>                         6:30pm
>                          STLJUG - StL  Java Users Grp
>                                                       6:30pm . 8:00pm
                                                        CityPlace One 
							Auditorium, 	
							One City Place, 
							Creve Coeur, MO 63141 
					    http://www.ociweb.com/javasig
				Spring Security 3.0 
				is a powerful and highly customizable 
                                authentication and access-control framework.
> ==============================================================================
> 
>                                  Friday, November 12
> 
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                          10:00am
>                           SCORCC-DTP Desktop Publishing
> 
> 
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Next week coming later.

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