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  • MEETING FOR 1/17/2012 has been rescheduled to FIRED UP!

    This is the Melbourne Linux Users Group, Inc. website. We are a community focused group of Linux enthusiasts who want to help each other use and learn about the Linux operating system and other related open source applications.

    Regular Tuesday Night Meeting

    Welp, new day, new chapter.

    Russ Brown of OGI (and diehard MLUG member) who has been graciously hosting our meetings for at least the past 6 years has called it quits. Unfortunately this leaves us in search of a new meeting venue.

    Fret not, we're still meeting as always. Just remember to check the calendar on the day of the meeting to find out where and what establishment is about to incur our wrath :).

    We'll still be meeting weekly, except our only fixed meeting location will now be St. Mary's Catholic School in Rockledge on the third Tuesday of every month.

      Melbourne Linux C, C++ Programmer Needed   View Printable Version 
    Monday, April 30 2012 @ 09:57 AM EDT Contributed by:rwehrli Views: 4621

    General News5+ years of quality Linux programming skills required. Strong C skills required. Solid C++ skills, too. Established consumer product company seeks to open a new facility in Melbourne and is looking for a few good Linux people with strong Linux systems and application programming skills. Kernel driver/module programming/debugging skills are a plus. Come develop cutting edge consumer devices with us!

    Necessary:

    git
    bash
    make/makefiles/autoconf
    gcc
    g++
    sockets/network programming/protocols
    gdb/debugging/root cause/analysis
    testing
    is able to get around effectively from a command line
    is passionate about creating quality software
    knows what "attention to detail" means and is able to deliver it

    Pluses:

    u-boot
    redboot
    busybox
    buildroot
    kernel drivers/modules
    RTOS/embedded/hardware
    Reads/reviews schematics
    Uses test equipment and tools
    Lives and breathes from the command line
    Video/Multi-Media streaming (rstp/dtcp/H.264/etc)
    MIPS, ARM, x86
    Qt
    OOP/OOAD/design patterns
    boost
    UML
    STL


    Rewards:

    Quality pay in affordable Melbourne FL
    Health care benefits/subsidized by company
    Stable employment for quality professionals
    Very casual work environment
    Some telecommuting/flexible schedule (40-50 hours per week)
    Convenient Melbourne location

    Contracting Positions Available, too.

    Actions:

    Send [ rNOwehrliSPAM@elecNOtrinsycSPAM dot com ] up-to-date resume with salary requirement for immediate consideration.

         45 comments      Most Recent Post: 09/29 09:55PM by django

      Install Party?!?!   View Printable Version 
    Wednesday, January 27 2010 @ 10:25 PM EST Contributed by:kgeffert Views: 5128

    LUG News / BusinessMike has arrange a quick and dirty install party @ BCC!!. If you'd like to attend and help out, or show your Linux support. Make sure you visit the calendar page for more information!

         177 comments      Most Recent Post: 09/29 09:55PM by django

      Meeting for 8/19/2008 Cancelled   View Printable Version 
    Tuesday, August 19 2008 @ 12:16 PM EDT Contributed by:kgeffert Views: 7751

    General NewsDue to the tropical storm Fay, the regular Tuesday night meeting will not be held.

    Our next meeting will be on Tues, August 26th at 8pm. Check the calendar for details.

    read more (26 words)      122 comments      Most Recent Post: 09/29 09:57PM by django

      Site Issues   View Printable Version 
    Saturday, May 19 2007 @ 07:28 PM EDT Contributed by:kgeffert Views: 6628

    Website NewsMatt Closson, sent me an email detailing that the website was having issues. There were some SQL issues on the database server preventing the site to work.

    read more (79 words)      119 comments      Most Recent Post: 11/06 05:49AM by Unclelo

      mlusers.net out of service....   View Printable Version 
    Thursday, April 26 2007 @ 06:32 PM EDT Contributed by:kgeffert Views: 6606

    LUG News / Business

    Sometime in the previous week (before the last Tuesday meeting), the mlusers.net system went dark. IXC telecom informed us of the issue and took steps to do some troubleshooting of the issue so we could have a quick resolution.

    Unfortunately those efforts didn't result into a working box scenario. I spent some time today on location trying to resurrect the system with a new motherboard / CPU combination.

    read more (137 words)      96 comments      Most Recent Post: 06/08 02:46AM by Fashionsedsses

      OpenSourceHowTo.Org   View Printable Version 
    Friday, April 13 2007 @ 08:11 PM EDT Contributed by:paul_mat Views: 7207

    General Newshi everyone, i've setup a website so that users of open source server side software can come and look at instructional guides, how-to's, forums, wiki's and all sorts of other information about setting up software on Linux for both windows and Linux based networks.

    I am currently still working on it, adding new screen shots every day, hoping to double check a lot of my how-to's once the screen shots are added, re-write them to increase keyword density of my articles for better search engine results & once that is done i will hopefully be added streaming video of my how-to articles using either youtube embed code or revver embed code.

    OpenSourceHowTo.org

         93 comments      Most Recent Post: 09/29 09:57PM by django

      introduction   View Printable Version 
    Tuesday, August 08 2006 @ 11:54 AM EDT Contributed by:sababeach Views: 6838

    General NewsJust joined the group; I'll introduce myself. My first name is Tim
    and I live in central Florida near Orlando. My vocation is as a
    business application programmer which I started in '66 by
    wire-wrapping boards for Univac 1004/1005s. I spent the next 14 years
    designing/writing big-iron financial applications: demand desposit,
    time deposit, installment loan. Since '81 I've specialized in
    designing/writing micro-iron vertical order processing applications
    for distribution businesses: automotive aftermarket,
    awards & presentations, pottery & landscaping.

    My hardware is limited to Intel/AMD powered computers on which I use
    FreeBSD and the Debian distribution of Linux.

    My current project is a web enabled horizontal order processing
    application using Apache and Linux/FreeBSD which you can test drive,
    if you wish, at my showroom at www.sababeach.net.

    I am retired excepting continued support for my order processing application. I join *ix user groups as an enjoyable way to keep up
    with the state of *ix software.

         81 comments      Most Recent Post: 06/08 02:52AM by Fashionsedsses

      FBI-Net tapping   View Printable Version 
    Monday, July 10 2006 @ 02:33 PM EDT Contributed by:Anonymous Views: 6714

    Geeklog Newshttp://news.com.com/2100-1028_3-6091942.html?part=rss&tag=6091942&subj=news

         76 comments      Most Recent Post: 09/15 07:43AM by Zakir

      HLA   View Printable Version 
    Thursday, June 29 2006 @ 12:30 PM EDT Contributed by:Anonymous Views: 56587

    Geeklog NewsTo those of you impulse buyers out there!(like myself)
    here's a place to check before you make the purchase.

    http://www.linuxquestions.org/hcl/index.php

         136 comments      Most Recent Post: 09/14 02:48AM by submitok

      [MythTV]-politik   View Printable Version 
    Thursday, June 22 2006 @ 01:22 PM EDT Contributed by:Anonymous Views: 6722

    Geeklog Newshey all
    this is a forward of a forward, of a forward that I recieved today.
    figured the mythtv enthusiasts would like to read this.
    L
    *****************************



    As mentioned tonight, the broadcast flag is back, and worse than ever.
    The Senate is currently considering telecom legislation that includes
    flags for both digital TV and radio. These flags would "signal"
    copyrighted content to the receiver, which would be mandated to read and
    obey -- preventing you from recording. Your right to fair use would not
    exist, and MythTV would not exist either -- or at least, it'd be illegal.

    Luckily, we can stop this from happening. Tomorrow, the Senate Commerce
    Committee will "mark up" the telecom bill. An amendment will be offered
    to strike the flags from the bill. One of Florida's Senators, Bill
    Nelson, sits on the committee -- make sure he hears from his constituents!

    The markup is scheduled for 2 pm tomorrow (Thursday). Please call
    tomorrow morning to save MythTV and your right to fair use.

    Sen. Bill Nelson (FL)
    (202) 224-5274

    Tell the receptionist that you are a constituent and you want to
    register a comment about legislation. Then ask Sen. Nelson to "support
    the Sununu Amendment to strike the broadcast and radio flags" in the
    Commerce telecom markup. Add something personal about MythTV, Linux,
    your rights, or innovation. Be nice :)

    For more information:

    http://www.publicknowledge.org/node/479
    http://www.eff.org/deeplinks/archives/004759.php

    Public Knowledge has a lot of information from the past week on their
    blog. Additionally, see this great ad from the Consumer Electronics
    Association:

    http://www.eff.org/deeplinks/archives/004753.php

    Please call tomorrow. It only takes a minute, and it could save your
    future computer from becoming crippled or illegal.

         97 comments      Most Recent Post: 06/29 09:41PM by echeapsnapbacks

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