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LCFG Users Day 2009

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The annual LCFG Users Day will be split over Friday 20th November in room G.07, and Thursday 10th December in room G.03 in the School of Informatics Forum. All users of LCFG and anyone interested in using LCFG are encouraged to attend. This is your chance to hear what has been happening, ask for help on anything tricky and generally get involved in the LCFG community.
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This year the day was split into two separate parts. In the morning of 10th December we ran a tutorial on writing LCFG components and using the new build tools. This was aimed at anyone who has, at least, a bit of experience with using LCFG (i.e. basic stuff such as working with LCFG resources). The tutorial had something to offer for all developers whether starting from scratch, looking to refresh knowledge or wanting to find out how to use the new buildtools.
 
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This year the day will be split into two separate parts. In the morning of 10th December we will be running a tutorial on writing LCFG components and using the new build tools. This is aimed at anyone who has, at least, a bit of experience with using LCFG (i.e. basic stuff such as working with LCFG resources). The tutorial will have something to offer for all developers whether you are starting from scratch, looking to refresh your knowledge or wanting to find out how to use the new buildtools. The tutorial will be followed by a lunch.

In the afternoon of 20th November there will be a series of talks and discussions. This will cover a broad range of aspects of LCFG usage on both Linux and MacOSX. There will be reviews of work done in the last year and discussions of what might be happening in the near future.

You can now book for the sessions through MyEd, the titles are LCFG Users Tutorial Morning and LCFG Users Day - Afternoon Talks

We already have some volunteers to present talks but if you have been working on any LCFG-related topics you think others would find interesting then please get in touch with Kenny MacDonald <K.MacDonald@ed.ac.uk> who is organising the afternoon schedule.

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In the afternoon of 20th November there was a series of talks and discussions. This covered a broad range of aspects of LCFG usage on both Linux and MacOSX. There were reviews of work done in the last year and discussions of what might be happening in the near future.
 

Afternoon Timetable

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3.45-4.15 "Herding Cats, LCFG on OS X" Geoff Lee A roundup of challenges, triumphs and todos while bringing OS X into the LCFG fold.
4.15-4.45 "It's 4pm, do you know where your servers are?" Simon Wilkinson A look at driving the Nagios monitoring system using the configuration data held in LCFG
4.45-5.00 "MDP LCFG Review" Kenny MacDonald A look at what people have been doing on the IS Devolved LCFG service during the past year.
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There will be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including lcfg-autoreboot, lcfg-flexlm, lcfg-etcprofilevars, lcfg-fileedit, lcfg-sleep, lcfg-pie, lcfg-sudo and lcfg-gconf.
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There were several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including lcfg-autoreboot, lcfg-flexlm, lcfg-etcprofilevars, lcfg-fileedit, lcfg-sleep, lcfg-pie, lcfg-sudo and lcfg-gconf.
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LCFG Users Day 2009

The annual LCFG Users Day will be split over Friday 20th November in room G.07, and Thursday 10th December in room G.03 in the School of Informatics Forum. All users of LCFG and anyone interested in using LCFG are encouraged to attend. This is your chance to hear what has been happening, ask for help on anything tricky and generally get involved in the LCFG community.

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Afternoon Timetable

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2.00-2.15 Introduction and Welcome
2.15-2.45 "LCFG meets Virtualisation" Panagiotis Kritikakos Current state of development, use cases and future development.
2.45-3.15 "FreeNX" Matthew Richardson FreeNX is a free, low bandwidth, low latency remote desktop service technology. This talk describes an LCFG component which configures it and demonstrates its use in the School of Engineering and Electronics.
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2.00-2.15 Introduction and Welcome
2.15-2.45 "LCFG meets Virtualisation" Panagiotis Kritikakos Current state of development, use cases and future development.
2.45-3.15 "FreeNX" Matthew Richardson FreeNX is a free, low bandwidth, low latency remote desktop service technology. This talk describes an LCFG component which configures it and demonstrates its use in the School of Engineering and Electronics.
 
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3.45-4.15 "Herding Cats, LCFG on OS X" Geoff Lee A roundup of challenges, triumphs and todos while bringing OS X into the LCFG fold.
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3.45-4.15 "Herding Cats, LCFG on OS X" Geoff Lee A roundup of challenges, triumphs and todos while bringing OS X into the LCFG fold.
 
4.15-4.45 "It's 4pm, do you know where your servers are?" Simon Wilkinson A look at driving the Nagios monitoring system using the configuration data held in LCFG
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4.45-5.00 "MDP LCFG Review" Kenny MacDonald A look at what people have been doing on the IS Devolved LCFG service during the past year.
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4.45-5.00 "MDP LCFG Review" Kenny MacDonald A look at what people have been doing on the IS Devolved LCFG service during the past year.
 
There will be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including lcfg-autoreboot, lcfg-flexlm, lcfg-etcprofilevars, lcfg-fileedit, lcfg-sleep, lcfg-pie, lcfg-sudo and lcfg-gconf.

-- Main.squinney - 2009-09-15

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LCFG Users Day 2009

The annual LCFG Users Day will be split over Friday 20th November in room G.07, and Thursday 10th December in room G.03 in the School of Informatics Forum. All users of LCFG and anyone interested in using LCFG are encouraged to attend. This is your chance to hear what has been happening, ask for help on anything tricky and generally get involved in the LCFG community.

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There will be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including lcfg-autoreboot, lcfg-flexlm, lcfg-etcprofilevars, lcfg-fileedit, lcfg-sleep, lcfg-pie, lcfg-sudo and lcfg-gconf.

-- Main.squinney - 2009-09-15

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LCFG Users Day 2009

The annual LCFG Users Day will be split over Friday 20th November in room G.07, and Thursday 10th December in room G.03 in the School of Informatics Forum. All users of LCFG and anyone interested in using LCFG are encouraged to attend. This is your chance to hear what has been happening, ask for help on anything tricky and generally get involved in the LCFG community.

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  We already have some volunteers to present talks but if you have been working on any LCFG-related topics you think others would find interesting then please get in touch with Kenny MacDonald <K.MacDonald@ed.ac.uk> who is organising the afternoon schedule.
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Afternoon Timetable

 
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LCFG Users Day 2009

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The annual LCFG Users Day will be held on Friday 20th November in room G.07 in the School of Informatics Forum. All users of LCFG and anyone interested in using LCFG are encouraged to attend. This is your chance to hear what has been happening, ask for help on anything tricky and generally get involved in the LCFG community.
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The annual LCFG Users Day will be split over Friday 20th November in room G.07, and Thursday 10th December in room G.03 in the School of Informatics Forum. All users of LCFG and anyone interested in using LCFG are encouraged to attend. This is your chance to hear what has been happening, ask for help on anything tricky and generally get involved in the LCFG community.
 
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This year the day will be split into two separate parts. In the morning we will be running a tutorial on writing LCFG components and using the new build tools. This is aimed at anyone who has, at least, a bit of experience with using LCFG (i.e. basic stuff such as working with LCFG resources). The tutorial will have something to offer for all developers whether you are starting from scratch, looking to refresh your knowledge or wanting to find out how to use the new buildtools. The tutorial will be followed by a lunch.
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This year the day will be split into two separate parts. In the morning of 10th December we will be running a tutorial on writing LCFG components and using the new build tools. This is aimed at anyone who has, at least, a bit of experience with using LCFG (i.e. basic stuff such as working with LCFG resources). The tutorial will have something to offer for all developers whether you are starting from scratch, looking to refresh your knowledge or wanting to find out how to use the new buildtools. The tutorial will be followed by a lunch.
 
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In the afternoon there will be a series of talks and discussions. This will cover a broad range of aspects of LCFG usage on both Linux and MacOSX. There will be reviews of work done in the last year and discussions of what might be happening in the near future.
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In the afternoon of 20th November there will be a series of talks and discussions. This will cover a broad range of aspects of LCFG usage on both Linux and MacOSX. There will be reviews of work done in the last year and discussions of what might be happening in the near future.
  You can now book for the sessions through MyEd, the titles are LCFG Users Tutorial Morning and LCFG Users Day - Afternoon Talks

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LCFG Users Day 2009

The annual LCFG Users Day will be held on Friday 20th November in room G.07 in the School of Informatics Forum. All users of LCFG and anyone interested in using LCFG are encouraged to attend. This is your chance to hear what has been happening, ask for help on anything tricky and generally get involved in the LCFG community.

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3.45-4.15 "Herding Cats, LCFG on OS X" Geoff Lee A roundup of challenges, triumphs and todos while bringing OS X into the LCFG fold.
4.15-4.45 "It's 4pm, do you know where your servers are?" Simon Wilkinson A look at driving the Nagios monitoring system using the configuration data held in LCFG
4.45-5.00 "MDP LCFG Review" Kenny MacDonald A look at what people have been doing on the IS Devolved LCFG service during the past year.
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There will be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including lcfg-autoreboot, lcfg-flexlm, lcfg-etcprofilevars, lcfg-fileedit, lcfg-pie, lcfg-sudo and lcfg-gconf.
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There will be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including lcfg-autoreboot, lcfg-flexlm, lcfg-etcprofilevars, lcfg-fileedit, lcfg-sleep, lcfg-pie, lcfg-sudo and lcfg-gconf.
  -- Main.squinney - 2009-09-15

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LCFG Users Day 2009

The annual LCFG Users Day will be held on Friday 20th November in room G.07 in the School of Informatics Forum. All users of LCFG and anyone interested in using LCFG are encouraged to attend. This is your chance to hear what has been happening, ask for help on anything tricky and generally get involved in the LCFG community.

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2.45-3.15 "FreeNX" Matthew Richardson FreeNX is a free, low bandwidth, low latency remote desktop service technology. This talk describes an LCFG component which configures it and demonstrates its use in the School of Engineering and Electronics.
3.15-3.45 Break
3.45-4.15 "Herding Cats, LCFG on OS X" Geoff Lee A roundup of challenges, triumphs and todos while bringing OS X into the LCFG fold.
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4.15-4.45 "Monitoring Services with LCFG and Nagios (provisional title)" Simon Wilkinson TBC
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4.15-4.45 "It's 4pm, do you know where your servers are?" Simon Wilkinson A look at driving the Nagios monitoring system using the configuration data held in LCFG
 
4.45-5.00 "MDP LCFG Review" Kenny MacDonald A look at what people have been doing on the IS Devolved LCFG service during the past year.
There will be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including lcfg-autoreboot, lcfg-flexlm, lcfg-etcprofilevars, lcfg-fileedit, lcfg-pie, lcfg-sudo and lcfg-gconf.

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LCFG Users Day 2009

The annual LCFG Users Day will be held on Friday 20th November in room G.07 in the School of Informatics Forum. All users of LCFG and anyone interested in using LCFG are encouraged to attend. This is your chance to hear what has been happening, ask for help on anything tricky and generally get involved in the LCFG community.

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2.15-2.45 "LCFG meets Virtualisation" Panagiotis Kritikakos Current state of development, use cases and future development.
2.45-3.15 "FreeNX" Matthew Richardson FreeNX is a free, low bandwidth, low latency remote desktop service technology. This talk describes an LCFG component which configures it and demonstrates its use in the School of Engineering and Electronics.
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3.45-4.15 "Herding cats, LCFG on OS X" Geoff Lee A roundup of challenges, triumphs and todos while bringing OS X into the LCFG fold.
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3.45-4.15 "Herding Cats, LCFG on OS X" Geoff Lee A roundup of challenges, triumphs and todos while bringing OS X into the LCFG fold.
4.15-4.45 "Monitoring Services with LCFG and Nagios (provisional title)" Simon Wilkinson TBC
 
4.45-5.00 "MDP LCFG Review" Kenny MacDonald A look at what people have been doing on the IS Devolved LCFG service during the past year.
There will be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including lcfg-autoreboot, lcfg-flexlm, lcfg-etcprofilevars, lcfg-fileedit, lcfg-pie, lcfg-sudo and lcfg-gconf.

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LCFG Users Day 2009

The annual LCFG Users Day will be held on Friday 20th November in room G.07 in the School of Informatics Forum. All users of LCFG and anyone interested in using LCFG are encouraged to attend. This is your chance to hear what has been happening, ask for help on anything tricky and generally get involved in the LCFG community.

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2.45-3.15 "FreeNX" Matthew Richardson FreeNX is a free, low bandwidth, low latency remote desktop service technology. This talk describes an LCFG component which configures it and demonstrates its use in the School of Engineering and Electronics.
3.15-3.45 Break
3.45-4.15 "Herding cats, LCFG on OS X" Geoff Lee A roundup of challenges, triumphs and todos while bringing OS X into the LCFG fold.
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4.45-5.00 "MDP LCFG Review" Kenny MacDonald A look at what people have been doing on the IS Devolved LCFG service during the past year.
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There will be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including lcfg-autoreboot, lcfg-etcprofilevars, lcfg-fileedit, lcfg-pie, lcfg-sudo and lcfg-gconf.
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There will be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including lcfg-autoreboot, lcfg-flexlm, lcfg-etcprofilevars, lcfg-fileedit, lcfg-pie, lcfg-sudo and lcfg-gconf.
  -- Main.squinney - 2009-09-15

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LCFG Users Day 2009

The annual LCFG Users Day will be held on Friday 20th November in room G.07 in the School of Informatics Forum. All users of LCFG and anyone interested in using LCFG are encouraged to attend. This is your chance to hear what has been happening, ask for help on anything tricky and generally get involved in the LCFG community.

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  We already have some volunteers to present talks but if you have been working on any LCFG-related topics you think others would find interesting then please get in touch with Kenny MacDonald <K.MacDonald@ed.ac.uk> who is organising the afternoon schedule.
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Afternoon Timetable (provisional)

Time Title Speaker Abstract
2.00-2.15 Introduction and Welcome
2.15-2.45 "LCFG meets Virtualisation" Panagiotis Kritikakos Current state of development, use cases and future development.
2.45-3.15 "FreeNX" Matthew Richardson FreeNX is a free, low bandwidth, low latency remote desktop service technology. This talk describes an LCFG component which configures it and demonstrates its use in the School of Engineering and Electronics.
3.15-3.45 Break
3.45-4.15 "Herding cats, LCFG on OS X" Geoff Lee A roundup of challenges, triumphs and todos while bringing OS X into the LCFG fold.
4.15-4.45 TBC
4.45-5.00 "MDP LCFG Review" Kenny MacDonald A look at what people have been doing on the IS Devolved LCFG service during the past year.
There will be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including lcfg-autoreboot, lcfg-etcprofilevars, lcfg-fileedit, lcfg-pie, lcfg-sudo and lcfg-gconf.
  -- Main.squinney - 2009-09-15

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LCFG Users Day 2009

The annual LCFG Users Day will be held on Friday 20th November in room G.07 in the School of Informatics Forum. All users of LCFG and anyone interested in using LCFG are encouraged to attend. This is your chance to hear what has been happening, ask for help on anything tricky and generally get involved in the LCFG community.

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  In the afternoon there will be a series of talks and discussions. This will cover a broad range of aspects of LCFG usage on both Linux and MacOSX. There will be reviews of work done in the last year and discussions of what might be happening in the near future.
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Booking details for both sessions will follow in due course.
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You can now book for the sessions through MyEd, the titles are LCFG Users Tutorial Morning and LCFG Users Day - Afternoon Talks
  We already have some volunteers to present talks but if you have been working on any LCFG-related topics you think others would find interesting then please get in touch with Kenny MacDonald <K.MacDonald@ed.ac.uk> who is organising the afternoon schedule.

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LCFG Users Day 2009

The annual LCFG Users Day will be held on Friday 20th November in room G.07 in the School of Informatics Forum. All users of LCFG and anyone interested in using LCFG are encouraged to attend. This is your chance to hear what has been happening, ask for help on anything tricky and generally get involved in the LCFG community.

This year the day will be split into two separate parts. In the morning we will be running a tutorial on writing LCFG components and using the new build tools. This is aimed at anyone who has, at least, a bit of experience with using LCFG (i.e. basic stuff such as working with LCFG resources). The tutorial will have something to offer for all developers whether you are starting from scratch, looking to refresh your knowledge or wanting to find out how to use the new buildtools. The tutorial will be followed by a lunch.

In the afternoon there will be a series of talks and discussions. This will cover a broad range of aspects of LCFG usage on both Linux and MacOSX. There will be reviews of work done in the last year and discussions of what might be happening in the near future.

Booking details for both sessions will follow in due course.

We already have some volunteers to present talks but if you have been working on any LCFG-related topics you think others would find interesting then please get in touch with Kenny MacDonald <K.MacDonald@ed.ac.uk> who is organising the afternoon schedule.

-- Main.squinney - 2009-09-15

 
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