conquistador574 — Wed, 04/20/2011 - 02:22
Our next meeting will be on May 1st(Sunday), 5:00 p.m. @ the same residential location in Huntingburg, IN. For directions, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will avoid the usual presentations this meeting to focus on redesigning our network, setting up BIND, PostFix, and a bunch of other things for our new long-term project.
We will be grilling, fun and free food!
Check out some of our members' side project on electronic security: sickbit.networklabs.org
conquistador574 — Sun, 03/27/2011 - 01:14
Our next meeting will be on April 3rd at 5 p.m. The Indiana Linux Fest is taking place at this time. Join the mailing list if you would like to get the detailed meeting information or email us.
conquistador574 — Thu, 01/13/2011 - 05:45
If you would like to receive email updates from the group, send an email to
[info]@ [dclinux.org] asking to be added to the list. It's a very convenient way to receive the latest news without having to visit the website or the Facebook page. We will be easing on the website announcements, relying more on the list.
The data page has the projects, presentations, and the code for the things we are working on.
conquistador574 — Wed, 01/05/2011 - 02:13
We're making a few minor changes to what we have been doing. We just had our fourth meeting and we're now in a position to move forward.
Meetings will begin with our normal presentations. If you have something to talk about or some new piece of software to show off, do it. This is a great way to contribute to the group and a great way to learn about new and old things. If you need ideas, I compiled a list of possible presentations that would be enjoyable to cover and learn about. You can email me for the list. (Click Read More)
conquistador574 — Mon, 12/20/2010 - 07:10
Thanks to those that came out! I hope to see more new faces. Got through the presentations, Jon showed off some of the network traffic analysis stuff he has been working on(live attacks from foreigners). Watched the new Jason Scott Documentary, Get Lamp, while cooking burgers and dogs. Jon and Zach sealed the night after everyone left with a viewing of the cult classic Hackers.
Next meeting will take place on January 2nd, see the Meetings page for more info.
conquistador574 — Wed, 12/15/2010 - 05:57
A few guys from the Infonomicon crew are hosting the first Indiana Linux Fest. Our friends from BloomingLabs will be there setting up a "Hardware Hacking Village". The Fest will feature a DrupalCon, tons of famous speakers, LPI cert testing, and I heard that Randall Scwartz will be teaching classes on Perl. There is a ton more going on, you just have stay updated by visiting the web site. Maybe we can get a group to go down there and hang out. Let me know if you'd be interested, I'll be there either way...
conquistador574 — Thu, 11/18/2010 - 08:24
We will be moving the next meeting back two week due to finals and breaks. It would have been held on the 5th(First Sunday of the month). It will now be taking place on Dec 19th(Sunday). We will be having a large variety of talks from many members. We might be grilling some dogs and burgers too!
I'll see everyone then!
conquistador574 — Fri, 11/12/2010 - 22:02
I added a Mibbit widget on the IRC page. Connect to IRC automatically, connects to the Mibbit service(http), so no pesky firewall trouble.
We have good discussions almost every night.
conquistador574 — Mon, 11/08/2010 - 05:23
Thanks to everyone that came out to our second meeting. It was fun, we had some good discussion and food. We had some interesting conversations on memory architecture, assembly, stacks, queues, registers, all that good low level stuff! Showed off a few cool shortcuts and /proc goodness we've picked up here and there, covered the amazing Gnu Screen, which everyone should now be using.
A few ideas that have came up are creating a Linux cluster with some old machines.
conquistador574 — Mon, 10/25/2010 - 07:29
I just arrived back from Hack3rcon. It was a lot of fun. I hung out with some of the BackTrack Linux developers and met a lot of really cool/famous(sec industry) people. I came first place in the Network King of the Hill competition. My prizes were: eee pc, "Black Hat Blues" novel, a few tshirts/swag, and a lifetime pass to Hack3rcon. It was a really good time and I learned a lot.
And now for a new dclinux.org update!
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