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Meeting-2016-06-25 The Picnic!

When: Saturday, June 25th. 10:30 – Dark Where: H.F. Walsh Shelter, Rentschler Forest (Follow Signs) Who: Members (and family) are invited, others may join at the picnic!!! Now, the important issues, what do we want to eat? Use the form below to let us know! [easy_contact_forms fid=7] * Bring something to share: Beverages, Side dishes, […]

Backing up MySQL Databases

This is the script I run every morning to back up all of the databases in my MySQL database – it gets every database, including mysql, which has the users and access rights for users. Obviously, you’ll need to modify a few of the variables in the script, but it shouldn’t be difficult. There are […]

Meeting-2015-06-27 The Picnic!

This meeting is open to members only! If you are not currently a member (nobody is, see previous post), then pro-rated dues are expected. Those dues are; $12.50 for a Family Membership $10.00 for an Individual Membership $5.00 for a Student Membership The June meeting of the Cincinnati Linux Users Group will be our annual […]


The meeting today concerned the format of future meetings. Over the years the group has moved away from the formal style we started with to a far more casual and unstructured format. Dues have not been collected for years, introductions are rarely made, topics have been spotty at best. I take responsibility for these issues […]


This meeting covered an installation of ownCloud, ending with an exciting software RAID rebuild done live! The linked .pdf file is a complete walkthrough of the build. Thank you to all who attended! ownCloud

How to run a sub-domain of CLUG.Org

Why? Because DNS is a great enabler! Let’s say you want to share some information with the world but you have a regular, dynamic xDSL Internet connection. You start up a web server, open port 80 on your router, find your IP address is, then call some friends to let them know that address. […]

Dr. Richard Stallman

Richard Matthew Stallman (born March 16, 1953), often known by his initials, RMS, is an American software freedom activist and computer programmer. He campaigns for software to be distributed in a manner, such that a user receiving it, likewise receives with it the freedoms to use, study, distribute and modify that software: software that ensures […]

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