[SATLUG] hello satlug
null.div.zero at gmail.com
Mon Nov 2 13:53:21 CST 2015
I've never actually been to a LAN party. I do occasionally think about
starting a bbs. But, I can't think of anything to post that's more
interesting than what's on the web....
On Nov 1, 2015 7:07 PM, "Eddy Sackinger" <me at eddysackinger.com> wrote:
> I used to host LAN Parties and if people are interested I would be open to
> organizing/hosting/going to one somewhere but I don't really know very many
> people in San Antonio...
> For Laptop docks look at the Motorola Atrix 4G, it ran Android 2.3 but had
> a very limited Ubuntu chroot (they called it webtop) that came out to play
> when connected to a special dock.
> Thanks, Eddy
> On Sun, Nov 1, 2015 at 5:41 PM, Daniel Villarreal <youcanlinux at gmail.com>
> > On 11/01/15 18:02, Eddy Sackinger wrote:
> >> Just a warning I just joined the SATLUG email list today, because I want
> >> to
> >> get to know other Linux users with cool ideas where I currently am, let
> >> know if I'm out of line or whatever.
> > New ideas are good!
> > I have never worked in the Linux industry, but I use Linux on a daily
> >> basis in both my phone (Sometimes
> >> Sailfish OS, sometimes Android) and my laptop (Arch Linux).
> > Sounds like you have a cool skillset there.
> > I would be interested in doing some work with LFS. What kind of Laptop
> >> docking station are you thinking about? When I think of a smartphone
> >> laptop docking station, I think of something that pipes a smartphone to
> >> laptop type shell, and therefore wouldn't need LFS. I haven't directly
> >> worked with LFS before but I want to learn.
> > I never knew that stuff like this existed, I'll have to check it out.
> > Thanks,
> >> Eddy Sackinger
> > later,
> > Daniel V.
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