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NDLUG meeting 04/11/2018

As part of the hackathon preparation, a number of members, including Jeffrey, gave short talks on things that might be useful. Anyways, Jeffrey didn’t make slides, but then someone asked him to after he presented, so he did.


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NDLUG Meeting 4/11/18

In preparation for the coming hackathon, President Tim Burchfield reviews some of the less taught aspects of git, including: Forking, Branching, Rebasing, Merging, Pull Requests and Scale


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NDLUG 2018 Elections

We decided to force people to record videos to run for the officer chairs. Here were the results:


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NDLUG in Silicon Valley


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NDLUG meeting 02/06/2018

In our third talk of the semester, resident blogmaster John Effrey discusses his latest adventure in breaking everything he touches - creating the worst programming language ever.


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Guide for using the new-old ND web hosting

If you previously maintained your web page by SFTP to webfile.nd.edu, that no longer works as of 2017/07/25. The new server is accessed by FTPS (FTP over SSL), and the new instructions tell you to use one of several graphical FTP clients. But you can use the command-line lftp client.


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NDLUG meeting 11/15/2017

In our third talk of the semester, resident blogmaster John Effrey discusses his latest adventure in breaking everything he touches - disabling the intel mangement engine.


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NDLUG meeting 11/08/2017

In the second NDLUG talk in the second half of the fall 2017 semester, Doug and 8bit will talk about esoteric programming languages.


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NDLUG meeting 10/25/2017

In the first NDLUG talk in the second half of the fall 2017 semester, Will Markley will talk about his experience with Linux From Scratch.


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Motivation The NDLUG blog is a group effort, and so if you would like to contribute, we would like that to be as easy as possible. Simply follow these steps, and you can help make the blog great again. But How? First Steps First, the site is made using hugo, so it will probably be useful to have hugo installed. Follow their guide on installing hugo if you do not already have it installed.