LUG Meeting Notes - 4/22/16

Posted on Fri 22 April 2016 in Meeting Minutes • Tagged with linux, programming, python, networkingLeave a comment

I had a great time at the Fox Valley Linux User Group meeting this month. This month's topic was "talk about whatever" and I picked up a lot of great knowledge. Also, two new people attended the meeting and a couple of newbies came back.

I took some fractured ...

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Cowsay Server - Part 3

Posted on Fri 29 November 2013 in Tutorial • Tagged with ruby, networking, cowsay-series, rspecLeave a comment

This is the third post in a series of articles about writing my first application that uses sockets. For more information about why I'm doing this or how, please see my first article.

Now With Rspec And STDERR!

Wow, that is not a sexy heading :-)

When I left off ...

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Cowsay Server - Part 2

Posted on Wed 27 November 2013 in Tutorial • Tagged with ruby, networking, cowsay-seriesLeave a comment

This is the second post in a series of articles about writing my first application that uses sockets. For more information about why I'm doing this or how, please see my first article.

More Functional Requirements

I have a working server, but there are two things that bug me ...

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Cowsay Server - Part 1

Posted on Tue 12 November 2013 in Tutorial • Tagged with ruby, networking, cowsay-seriesLeave a comment

I've read through Working With TCP Sockets a few times to improve my socket programming knowledge. I've administered software systems for a while now I know most of the basics, but there are definitely some gaps I should fill in. This book has been a great tool for ...

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Building A Network That Works With The MediaMVP

Posted on Wed 02 April 2008 in Tutorial • Tagged with linksys, mediamvp, mythtv, netgear, networking, powerline-networking, zyxelLeave a comment

As I've mentioned in some of my earlier articles, you really don't need a very powerful media server if you using the MediaMVP media extender with MVPMC firmware. For example, I'm able to use my MediaMVP to watch MythTv movies, Xvid AVI's, and home movie's ...

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