Oct. 29 marks the first in a series of revamped meetings of the Linux User Group. The meetings will showcase Scientific Linux at Fermilab as well as related technological issues and events of interest to Linux users. In addition, tools and techniques used by various groups across the laboratory will be highlighted.
Topics for the October meeting include firewalld, a new feature in the just-released Scientific Linux 7 operating system; system administrator tools and techniques used by the Scientific Computing Division’s Grid Services Department; service changes, including the recent Kerberos upgrade and Scientific Linux and Scientific Linux Fermi status; and an update on the recent HEPiX meeting.
Previously held monthly, the meetings will now be held quarterly from 1-2:30 p.m. in Wilson Hall Curia II. All Linux users are encouraged to attend.