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Mailing List:  Kevin Wisher explains that with the paid version of Crashplan, the company provides cloud storage and with the free version you only get two nodes.

Google+  Joshua Mason started a discussion about segmenting networks via MAC address rather than IP.   Father Finch explained while networks could be segmented via “vlan tags”, this would require every host on the network to recognize vlan tags, which wouldn’t be practical with IOT devices.

15 Good open source podcasts
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https://openfosstraining.com/
GUI package managers

FiftyOneFifty
Fab’s Auto Backup http://www.fpnet.fr/ works under WINE

Kansas Linux Fest is set to take place on the dates of May 21 – 22 on the campus of Wichita State University. Register now! KansasLinuxFest.com

Fweeb
Little recap of Great Wide Open (http://greatwideopen.org)

Call for speakers at SELF is open until 1 April (http://www.southeastlinuxfest.org/?page_id=18)

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Kwisher shares NagiosPi
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(http://www.linuxuser.co.uk/tutorials/monitor-your-local-network-with-nagiospi)
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Installing and configuring pfSense https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Installing_pfSense  on an Intel mini PC
http://www.hystou.com/products/fanless-computers/celeron-1037u-mini-pc/mini-itx-pc-intel-nuc-mini-computer
https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/VLAN_Trunking
https://www.nagios.com/downloads/nagios-log-server/
https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Setup_Squid_as_a_Transparent_Proxy -celeron-1037u-4g-ram-64g-ssd-build-in-300m-wifi-1121.html

How I solved glitches installing Steam under Ubuntu 15.10. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8545291/opengl-glx-extension-not-supported
http://askubuntu.com/questions/614422/problem-with-installing-steam-on-ubuntu-15-04/614458#614458

Fweeb
Little personal announcement. I was invited to give one of the Lightning Talks at the Great Wide Open conference in Atlanta on March 17th (http://greatwideopen.org/talks/lightning-talks-hosted-by-opensource-com/). If you’re going to be there, perhaps you can drop by and watch me flail about for 5 minutes.

If there’s time (probably not ;), I’d like to talk about doing secure offsite back-ups. Right now, the solution with the greatest appeal looks to be Duplicity or Duply pushing to Amazon S3 (reference tutorial: http://old.blog.phusion.nl/2013/11/11/duplicity-s3-easy-cheap-encrypted-automated-full-disk-backups-for-your-servers/). I’d love to hear other solutions that anyone has used or is using. Let’s discuss it more on the mailing list.