Episode-005

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My ShownotesKwisher discusses swapping a motherboard on a working system

Installed O/S Xubuntu 13.04 64-bit
• Old system was a Dell Inspiron 531s
• AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4400+ 2.2 GHz 65 W
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=AMD+Athlon+64+X2+Dual+Core+4400%2B
• 3gb RAM
• Samba file server
• NFS file server
• MythTV backend
• Virtualbox – etherpad lite

• New system is a BIOSTAR TA890GXB HD
• AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 810 2.6 GHz 95 W
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=AMD+Phenom+II+X4+810
• 8gb RAM

References:
fstab file – https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/fstab
blkid command – http://linux.die.net/man/8/blkid
grub repair boot disk – https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair

HonkeyMagoo talks about his expeience at NELF 2014

•Held at the Residence Inn Marriot Hotel in Cambridge, MA
•Got there early and talked for a while with a guy who works in IT for a school system in VT. He converted all his middle school kids to Ubuntu.
•Got to meet Tracy Holtz, Russ Wenner, Martin Obando, Pokey, Flying Rich, Door, Jonathan, and Bruce. I also got to talk to a person by the name of Will Weaver. He gave a talk on docker that I am sorry that I missed. Docker seems very interstinig and hope to try it out soon. I missed his talk but all of the talks are posted on http://northeastlinuxfest.org/.

The talks I saw were:

• Jon “Mad Dog” Hall: My twenty years in Linux
• Chad Wollenburg: Open Source in Education
• Paul Asadoorian: The 10 Commandments of Embedded Device Security
• Tracy Holtz: Open Source in Small Businesses
• Door to Door Geek: Recording Professional Podcasts in Open Source
• Ask the Geek: A Panel Discussion Moderated by Russ Wenner

Fiftonefifty discusses the utility byobu

byobu – A wrapper for screen and tmux
•Usage byobu-tmux [tmux options] , byobu-screen [screen options] , just byobu defailts to tmux
•The Caption line shows your open windows, and highlights the one upon which you are focused, and optionally displays your user name, host name, IP address, and a hint that there is a Menu available if you press F9.
•The Hard Status line consists of color coded output and symbols with configurable and dynamically updated facts, statistics, and information about the local system.
STATUS NOTIFICATIONS are fully documented in the linked reference

Key Bindings that I find moste useful
F2 Create a new window
F3 Move to the previous window
F4 Move to the next window
F5 Refresh all status notifications
F6 Detach from the session and logout
Shift-F6 Detach from the session, but do not logout

References:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Byobu