[Wolves] nagios talk
BroadfieldR at walsall.gov.uk
Tue Jan 23 13:08:00 GMT 2007
This is odd. I haven't received postings from this list between about
midnight on Wednesday to 8pm Sunday. Not only for my home e-mail
address but also my work e-mail address (I subscribe to the list from
Could you please forward postings/digests for this period to me at
the.lock.keeper at ukonline.co.uk or BroadfieldR at walsall.gov.uk ?
From: wolves-bounces at mailman.lug.org.uk
[mailto:wolves-bounces at mailman.lug.org.uk] On Behalf Of Kevanf1
Sent: 23 January 2007 09:34
To: Wolverhampton Linux User Group
Subject: Re: [Wolves] nagios talk
On 22/01/07, rob <the.lock.keeper at ukonline.co.uk> wrote:
> I know I'm late posting this, but as no-one else who attended has
> mentioned it...
> Well done to James for the talk last week. I have to admit to some of
> it being hard to absorb - but that's because I'm not as familiar with
> networks as most of you guys. However, I did get a good idea of how
> useful nagios is to administrators and engineers in the IT world. It
> seems a very flexible and powerful warning tool (even if it's a bit
> tricky to configure initially).
> I mentioned something in the meeting about access to Windows servers
> using Linux clients (sorry for swearing!). Apparently, this might
> help with hardware upgrade issues when people use Vista (there I go
> again - hope Wolves LUG doesn't have a swear box!).
> >Break the Hardware Upgrade Cycle with Win4Lin Windows Virtual Desktop
> >Server by Jon Watson
> >Jon shows you how to migrate to the Win4Lin virtual desktop server,
> >virtualizes Windows to Linux clients, and break the hardware upgrade
> Anyway, I'm not sure if this is significant or whether this has been
> done before but here is the article that covers it. Can anyone
> translate into plain English?
Rob, I fear you have lost some mail mate :-( I've seen one or two mails
from people saying how good that talk was.
Don't take it to the tip recycle it via the Freecycle(r) Network.
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