Topic: FreeIPA Presenter: Jeremy Agee & Chris Hudson When: Thursday, May 9, 7pm Where: Red Hat HQ, NCSU Centennial Campus, 1801 Varsity Dr, Raleigh, NC Map: Google Maps Video: G+ Hangout Live and on YouTube [live stream and then archived on youtube] Slides: Slides [ODP], Install Log [TXT], Demo Video [YouTube]
FreeIPA is an integrated Identity and Authentication solution for Linux/UNIX networked environments. A FreeIPA server provides centralized authentication, authorization and account information by storing data about user, groups, hosts and other objects necessary to manage the security aspects of a network of computers.
This talk will describe the different parts of IPA and what each one does:
The talk will then switch to a live demo of installing and configuring a FreeIPA server, and adding a client to the IPA infrastructure. The demo will cover CLI and Web UI for admins, dns management, krb5+nfs4 for file access, SSO for ssh + key management, and sssd caching for when IPA servers are unavailable (anyone use a laptop?).
If there is enough time after the demo, we can go into enterprise features like HBAC, sudo rules, Automount maps, selinux users, and AD cross-realm trusts.
Topic: Girl Develop It - Ladies Linux Day Presenter: Rachael Hobbs, Amber Graner, ... When: Saturday, May 4, 1pm - 5pm Where: A Small Orange, 131 W Orange St, Durham, NC Map: Google Maps
TriLUG (the Triangle Linux Users Group) and A Small Orange Hosting are co-sponsoring an event with Girl Develop It. Space is limited, and the signup is via the Meetup page. If you would like volunteer as a Speaker at this event, please contact the TriLUG Steering Committee or Rachael Hobbs.
Topic: Open source all the cities Presenter: Jason Hibbets When: Thursday, April 11, 7pm Where: Red Hat HQ, NCSU Centennial Campus, 1801 Varsity Dr, Raleigh, NC Map: Google Maps Video: G+ Hangout Live and on YouTube [live stream and then archived on youtube]
What are the elements of an open source city? Learn how open source is influencing the open government movement in Raleigh. We’ll take a brief look at policy, participation, culture, and apps in Raleigh. You might be surprised how much is happening in the Triangle region, even if you're not a civic geek. I'll also talk about my book, The Foundation of an Open Source, and my successful crowdfunding campaign. This will very much be both a presentation and a conversation.
Pulp creates and manages repositories of content, such as software packages, and can push that content out to large numbers of machines. Today Pulp manages RPM content (including srpm, drpm, etc.) and Puppet modules, and many other types are on the road map. There is a community project well under-way to implement Debian support.
If you want to locally mirror all or part of a repository, host your own content in a new repository, manage content from multiple sources in one place, and push content you choose out to large numbers of clients, Pulp is for you!
Michael Hrivnak works for Red Hat on the Pulp Project. With strong experience in both software and systems engineering, he is excited to be writing software for systems engineers. Michael is passionate about open source software, live music, and reducing energy consumption.
Topic: Wireshark Presenter: Nathan Flowers When: Thursday, February 7, 7pm (NOTE - 1st Thursday, NOT our usual 2nd Thursday) Where: Red Hat HQ, NCSU Centennial Campus, 1801 Varsity Dr, Raleigh, NC Map: Google Maps Video: YouTube Slides: PDF
Wireshark : Wireshark is a network protocol analyzer for Unix and Windows. It lets you capture and interactively browse the traffic running on a computer network. It is the de facto (and often de jure) standard across many industries and educational institutions.
Nathan Flowers : Nathan Flowers is a Network Engineer and has been with IBM for 23 years. He started his career in the National Support Center in Atlanta, GA, providing dealer support for PC, XT, AT, PS/2s, and Thinkpad systems. After moving to IBM in Raleigh, he joined the development group of the Network Hardware Division as an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) and Ethernet network engineer in 1998. Nathan has had many roles in the networking environment including IBM BladeCenter(r) networking solutions and BladeCenter and System x networking education. He is currently in the IBM Network Traffic Analysis group which provides network diagnostic and performance services. He is also a member of the SAN Central and Solutions support group, where he provides product engineering and solutions support for IBM Data Center Networking products. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from Kennesaw State University.
It's that time of year again... time to renew our SSL certificates.
For the truly paranoid, here are the fingerprints of the new SSL certificates for mail.trilug.org.