[OCLUG-Tech] OCLUG September Tutorial - OpenWRT

Bart Trojanowski bart at jukie.net
Wed Sep 19 21:16:15 EDT 2007

  ANNOUNCING: September Tutorial
 Topic:          Mining for Diamonds In The RF
                 (or, OpenWRT Linux on the WRT54GL: The Tutorial)
 Instructor:     Tyler Tidman
 Date:           Wednesday, September, 26th, 2007
 Time:           6:30pm to 8:30pm (Come a bit early for drinks and snacks)
 Cost:           Free (Donations to OCLUG appreciated)
 Location:       ExitCertified, 85 Albert St., Suite 1200, Ottawa.
 Map:            http://tinyurl.com/cd6l

 This is one of a series of Linux/Open-Source Technology Seminars to be
 presented by the Ottawa Canada Linux Users Group (OCLUG) and
 ExitCertified.  ExitCertified has generously made their classroom
 space available to OCLUG for these training sessions and other events.

 Find out how you can get started playing with ridiculously inexpensive,
 embedded Linux computers for fun and profit, save the world and leap
 over small buildings in a few (or more) bounds.
 The Linksys/Cisco WRT54GL is a tiny, cheap, all-in-one home DSL/cable
 router/firewall/switch/wireless AP that can be purchased new for around
 CDN$80. What "they" don't advertise is the fact that you can do things
 with this device that previously were only possible with closed systems
 and by spending many hundreds or thousands of dollars--a pricetag that
 is often hard for a hobbyist or amateur to justify on their family
 expense report.
 We will cover some standard scenarios for setting up your unit for the
 first time, recovering from forgotten passwords, how to upgrade the
 firmware, how to install new packages, how to try out OpenWRT on your
 laptop, etc.  While it is not required, please feel free to bring your
 laptop and/or WRT54GL (and a network cable) with you.

 Tyler Tidman has been wireless since shortly after his birth and has
 been hacking his own internal firmware for over 30 years. In his spare
 time, he tries to install Linux on his wife and two cats.

 Registration for this class is on a first-come, first-served basis.  If
 you are interested in attending, please email: tutorials at oclug.on.ca
 with the subject line: September Tutorial -- simply replying to this 
 email should work with most email software.  Please include your name 
 and email address in the email -- the From: line is fine.  Your 
 reservation will be confirmed via email a few days before the event.

 Please sign up ASAP, as there are only 20 seats available.  These
 classes usually fill up very quickly!

 As seating is limited, please make every effort to attend if you sign
 up.  If you must cancel, email tutorials at oclug.on.ca so we can make
 the spot available to someone on the waiting list.

 OCLUG and ExitCertified plan to continue this series of technology
 courses.  We plan on holding one session per month, with various
 topics and skill levels covered.  If you are interested in leading a
 training session, or have a good idea for one, please contact
 tutorials at oclug.on.ca to arrange something.

 Volunteers are needed to teach these classes and ensure the sessions
 continue to be a part of OCLUG's regular schedule of events!

 ExitCertified is a certified provider of IT training in North America,
 authorized by Sun Microsystems, Symantec/Veritas, Oracle, IBM, Guru
 Labs/Linux, MySQL and No Magic.  Current facilities are located in
 Ottawa, Toronto, Montréal, Vancouver, Calgary, Sacramento, and
 San Francisco with training provided globally.

 ExitCertified stands for Excellence in IT Certified Education,
 specializing in advanced fields such as system administration,
 programming, database administration, data protection, security, high
 availability, identity management, and project management.  Being able
 to offer these education solutions with vendor certified instructors
 brings a tremendous amount of depth to the classroom experience.

 For course offerings and schedules, visit

 The Ottawa Canada Linux Users Group promotes and supports the use of
 Linux at the local community level in Ottawa.

 Founded in March 1997, OCLUG holds monthly general meetings and other
 special events.  Membership in OCLUG is diverse from newbies to the
 proverbial Gurus.  OCLUG was created to help promote Linux in the
 Ottawa area and maintains several mailing lists to help accomplish
 this goal.

 For more information about the group and its activities, please visit
 our website located at: http://www.oclug.on.ca/

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