Terrific tutorial from RedHat’s Opensource.com on using Pulse to manage sound on Linux. But even better you get sound on Linux background in an easily digestible method that makes fooling around feel safe. Yes, you too can record to a file. Enjoy!
Package management. Every Linux distro has one, or more, ways to update and/or install software. These one, or more, ways are grouped under the “package management” subsystems in Linux.
A package manager or package management system is a collection of software tools that automates the process of installing, upgrading, configuring, and removing computer programs for a computer’s operating system in a consistent manner.
Um, Yeah, OK.
New to Linux and found that confusing? Here are a few other resources that are a little more helpful that I’d like to share.
- The first is a big picture overview from How-to Geek. This article takes LInux package management terms and breaks them down into smaller categories. How Software Installation & Package Managers Work On Linux
- Got the big picture and ready for the nitty-gritty? Digital Ocean has written up a wonderful comparative tour of the different package management commands. Package Management Basics: apt, yum, dnf, pkg
Thank you to all our Chix and Mentors who attended!!!!!
Here are a few pics from the event! Checkout our meetup site above for even more wonderful pics!!!!!
Linux Foundation is celebrating SysAdmin day with a FREE 22 Weeks of Linux tutorial ebooks. From their description: “We’ll deliver one free e-book tutorial to your inbox each week for 22 weeks from Linux Foundation Training.”
And as a bonus, everyone who signs up before then end of July will also be entered into a drawing to win one of 10 free e-learning courses of your choice or one of three free LinuxCon North America passes. Win/Win for everybody. More info here: https://www.linux.com/blog/celebrate-sysadmin-day-free-weekly-linux-tutorials
Saturday, June 4, 2016
11:00 AM-3:00 PM
333 South Grand Ave. Suite 450, Los Angeles 90071 , CA (edit map)
Signing in: IndieDesk DTLA is in the Wells Fargo North Tower building. You will need a picture ID when you sign in at the building reception and you will be escorted up to 4th floor.
Parking: $10 Validated Parking is available at the Wells Fargo North Tower building. You can still park in the Disney Hall parking for $10 if easier, but unless you have a vault of coins don’t park at a meter on the street.
Developers need a comfort level with the basics of Linux that’s impossible to get from on line tutorials or a book. Interacting with the servers at Amazon Web Services (AWS), Digital Ocean, or other cloud providers will almost always require command line interface (CLI) basics. Get your hands down and dirty with the Linux command line without giving up your ‘other’ operating system.
Linux can be run from a Flash/USB drive, a live CD, or within one of the many virtual machines like VMware, VirtualBox, or Parallels. This “Good ‘Ol Fashioned Linux Installfest” aims to get you up and running via a virtual machine, a live CD/USB disk, or an install to your current computer.
This Installfest is aimed at beginners looking to get into Dev or Dev Web work who need a hand up in Linux CLI. If you have experience in Linux and would be interested in mentoring please contact the organizers directly.
With the kind sponsorship of IndieDesk DTLA this event will be on June 4th from 11am – 3pm. The first 1.5 hours will be dedicated to installing Linux following by a quick CLI tutorial to get you started.
In order to best respond to each participant’s questions throughly we are limiting RSVPs to 10 people. Depending on demand another Installfest may be scheduled later.
RSVPs will need to be made through EventBright and IS LIMITED TO 10 PEOPLE. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/good-ol-fashioned-linux-installfest-tickets-25709511842
You will need a computer with a minimum of 2gb memory for the virtual machine options.
LinuxChix Los Angeles Chapter is not gender exclusive, but we do ask that male gendered individuals make every effort to bring a female gendered individual with them to LinuxChixLA meetup events.
Please be sure you read, understand, and are able to comply with our Anti-Harassment and Code of Conduct (CofC) Policy.
EVENT: @PyLadiesRemote sponsoring “Learn to Testing with Python”
WHEN: April 30th, 2016 / 8-10am PDT
WHERE: Google Hangouts