Fedora 22 was released on May 26th and I downloaded both the Workstation and Server versions of Fedora's Latest and Greatest! The first thing I noticed was that the Server version was 2.1 GB in size while the Workstation version was a fairly light 1.3 GB (but it took longer to download probably because of the demand for it and it wasn't even posted on Distrowatch yet). I thought it interesting that Server version was twice the size of the workstation so I decided to install that so what was available from the DVD. All the server packages including containers/docker were av
Meeting went well and was well attended with 12 present, even with a last minute date change. Clint had ready for show and discussion, the LinuxMint 17.1 Rebecca upgrade and Ubuntu 15.04 in-place upgrade. He led off with LinuxMint 17.1 which he had running on his laptop, as an in-place upgrade from 17 Qiana. Clint stressed that LinuxMint had returned to a "long-term-release" where upgrades and maintenance with updates would be supported for a long time to come. LinuxMint 17.1 is based on Ubuntu 14.04 and as such will be supported with securty updates until 2019.
Another great meeting with 13 in attendance. As promised, Taos provided the grea pizza, soda, and cookies. Clint led off the evening with Dvdisaster based on a article in Linux Magazine issue 171/2015 "Lifebuoy".
Good Meeting, lots of discussion during Clint's 90 Minute presentation on his "Out of the Box" experience including a live demonstration on the overhead of what he was presenting. The following is Clint's Outline that he used. This is a work in process and will be updated as work continues:
CanaKit Raspberry Pi B+ Ultimate Starter Kit
What's in the box (picture)
1 x Raspberry Pi Model B+ (B Plus) 512 MB - Made in UK (Sony Factory)
1 x 8 GB Samsung MicroSD Card - Raspberry Pi Recommended MicroSD Card with the new NOOBS
Our Meeting was a Pi Fest wtih 13 present including 12 year old with interest in Linux. Mark Y. brought a in 8 Pi's for us to all work with and these were setup with keyboards, mice, and monitors configured in a Ubuntu graphical environment (Rasbian Debian Wheezy) available from www.rasyberrypi.org/downloads. There is also what is almost a daily blog to see what others are doing at http://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/. Also available on the Pi's was Mindcraft Pi Edition for those with a gaming interest.