On Thu, Jan 29, 2015 at 3:58 AM, Brian Chee <c...@hawaii.edu> wrote: Lastly, that call for an on island consultant was filled by one of my > students...so even though I couldn't help him on SOEST time, we did > find him on campus help. > > > As of 12:55 HST yesterday, Seowon, the current administrator at the College of Education, had seen the video of the boot issue and diagnosed the problem. The researcher was trying to mount two remote directories from a server that was not turned on. Pretty much cake. He was left with directions on how to use Pico, his cursor, and the CTRL key to edit /etc/fstab. He was also asked to turn on the remote server.
From Chris Stark to Stephan Fabel to Seowon Jung, the pro-foss administrators at UH's College of Education are beacons for community service. Paul McKimmy is to be commended for all he has done to sustain this. If the person you contacted can help, then that would be great, Brian. I believe that Seowon is able to at a community level, though. > > On Jan 28, 2015, at 9:08 PM, James A Stroble <stro...@hawaii.edu> wrote: > > > > [Side note: is anyone interesting in reviving LUAU? Not on any grand > > scale, just having meetings once in a while, some resources on-line for > > the islands, and so forth? Proposals are welcome!] > You guys really should start getting together again. The LUAU meetings, the HOSEF workshops, and now Maker Spaces all scratch the perpetual learning itch by providing mentorship, inspiration, and confidence to people new to technology and wanting human interaction to cross the adaptation divide. Yesterday's 'how do I get X11 to work on my PC' is today's 'how do I use PfSense, FreeNAS, or get my CAD drawings printed in 3D.' I think you have some kind of Maker Space on island now, and surely they would host meetings of your clever minds. --scott _______________________________________________ LUAU@lists.freesoftwarehawaii.org mailing list http://lists.freesoftwarehawaii.org/listinfo.cgi/luau-freesoftwarehawaii.org