Sunday, November 29, 2009

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Utah Open Source Conference

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Utah Open Source Conference (UTOSC)


The UTOSC is coming up next week in Salt Lake City.  I am looking forward to it and look forward to all of the sessions that are being presented.


As a Fedora Ambassador, I will be hanging out (working) near the Fedora booth and hope to see many new faces.  I will also be around as I have volunteered to work the Conference itself.


I hope to meet a lot of new people.  See you there.


Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Red Hat Summit

I am here in Chicago attending the Red Hat Summit and having a good time. The Fedora folks have welcomed me into the fold with open arms.

We had a Casino Party down stairs and listened to some good Jazz music. What a night.

I will write more later.

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Fedora Core 12 Alpha

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Fedora Core 12 Alpha  


Here I am still running Fedora Core 10 on my Eee PC.  Man I am behind the times.


Fedora Core 12 Alpha is available for download at:


I am downloading it as I type and plan on creating a Live USB to test with.


I use UNetbootin which can be downloaded from:


I am off to the 2009 Red Hat Summit in Chicago tomorrow.


I will keep you all posted.


Thursday, July 2, 2009

eyeOS Project 2009

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eyeOS Project 2009 

I have spent most of my day installing and uninstalling eyeOS ver  eyeOS is a WebOS that is hosted on a web server and gives users a Linux like desktop.  It is basically a Thin-Client that is run through a web browser.


I even set it up so that I could access it while I am away from home.  I am not sure about it usefulness quite yet, but am impressed with the speed of eyeOS.


With the eyeSync, you can automatically sync documents from your local computer to your eyeOS desktop.


I can already access documents via the web using either Google Docs or  I can also already Remote Desktop to any system in my home via Windows RDP.  So it appears that anything I can do with eyeOS, I can already do.


It is fun to play with at any rate.  You can get more information at:




Sunday, June 21, 2009


Mark Clanton wrote:


I have created this blog as a sounding board for all things Linux. I will highlight both the good and the bad. I will use it to bring attention to new Open Source applications as well as my use of Linux, both personally and professionally.