The next ScotLUG meeting will be on Thursday 28th January at the usual spot, the Electron Club in the CCA. We should be kicking around the Electron Club around 7:00PM.
This month we’ve got a talk by Fred Crowson, but unfortunately no axes will be wielded due to the lack of forests in Central Glasgow to provide plausible deniability as a lumberjack…
** *BSD is Dead! or future archeology…installing OpenBSD 5.9-beta **
Synopsis: A brief history of the *BSD family of operating systems, followed by a practical session of installing OpenBSD on a USB flash drive to make a bootable OpenBSD system that can be run from the pendrive.
For the practical session, if people could bring a laptop with a usb port that can be booted from.
Fred will have some USB pendrives that can be used - but if people have their own pendrives that are at least 2Gb (you can use a 1 Gb but that is a bit more complex :~]) then that would be good.
We will be adjourning to a local bar afterwards, the exact location to be confirmed as we need to check on availability of space at the CCA Bar.
As always, for more information – you can visit the website at www.scotlug.org.uk.
Hope to see you all there!