[Colchester] [root at colchester-lug ~]# shutdown -r now
ian.snow at btinternet.com
Wed Jul 31 18:44:57 UTC 2013
On Wednesday 31 Jul 2013 09:14:46 Wayland Sothcott wrote:
> On 30/07/2013 23:23, Ian Snow wrote:
> > On Monday 29 Jul 2013 22:30:00 Wayland Sothcott wrote:
> >> On 29/07/2013 22:24, Ian Snow wrote:
> >>> Hi All
> >>> Subject sort of says it all really, if you're not sure just lookup the
> >>> manual for shutdown, we are all linux users after all
> >>> Yeah so http://www.colchester.lug.org.uk/ has dissolved into the ether,
> >>> although interestingly now powered by ISPConfig, something I've been
> >>> using
> >>> at work for over a year.
> >>> How about we see what we can get started in August?
> >>> Ian
> >>> _______________________________________________
> >>> Colchester mailing list
> >>> Colchester at mailman.lug.org.uk
> >>> https://mailman.lug.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/colchester
> >> Hello Ian,
> >> Sorry it's on my server and I built a new one and forgot to transfer the
> >> old website.
> >> Perhaps if I give you the virtual server admin you can stick a site on
> >> there? It's just a standard LAMP server based on Debian. Howvere the
> >> hardware is a bit better than it was. A lot quicker.
> >> Regards,
> >> Wayland.
> > Hi Wayland
> > Not fussed that the old site is gone, if it was from what I remember as
> > the
> > hideous black and white mess that partially required flash.
> > Yeah I could stick a new site on the server for colchester lug, part of my
> > plan is to reboot the lug as I see too many tumble weeds rolling by, yet I
> > will need somebody else to help with the content
> > Ian
> > _______________________________________________
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> > Colchester at mailman.lug.org.uk
> > https://mailman.lug.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/colchester
> Hello Ian,
> Well that's two of us in the LUG.
> I would say we could generate a lot of interest if we become a resource
> for the Raspberry PI. I know it's jumping on the bandwagon but it's the
> most exciting thing happening for Linux users for ages. I have a PI
> which I am doing a commercial project for a customer. I know people in
> the area who are tinkering with the PI who might well join.
> I may be able to find someone who will become a member and help run the
> website. We could use Joomla to make it easier for non-webbies to insert
> content. What are your thoughts?
> I will email you the web server login off list.
I'm all for opening up the LUG to include Raspberry PIs they do after all run
Linux, I've yet to receive the one my boss has bought for me but we're already
using them for work projects thanks to their versatility, even going as far as
think of replacing our main customers door access system with Raspberry PIs in
the 4 door control boxes as the door access system is ancient and costly to
Yeah I'm thinking of using a CMS but can't say I'm a fan of Joomla as we use
it for a work site and me and my boss find it baffling, probably just need to
Ping me the web server login
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