Every two years each Ubuntu Local Community must be re-validated by the Ubuntu LoCo Council. Our turn is approaching. Our application has been submitted, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ArizonaTeam/Re-validationApplication2015 and we have been placed on the schedule for 1300 MST (1 pm) on 18 August 2015. The meeting will take place on line at #ubuntu-meeting. Please attend if possible. Your support will be appreciated.
If you are living in Arizona and you have a PI outside, you might want to keep an eye on its temperature. It might get a bit hot, and you might need to know how far you can push the PI before it starts acting funny...
So here is a recipe for doing this.
Sat, June 6, and Saturday June 20 10am – 4pm
Gangplank, 260 South Arizona Avenue, Chandler, AZ 85225, United States
Bring your computer to get Linux installed, or get help with configuration issues,
or software. learn about Linux and open source or help others. Great fun! AZLOCO/PLUG event
we will help both on desktop and servers routers almost anything that has linux
depending on helpers that day
As a Ubuntu Local Community, we are required to submit a monthly report to the Ubuntu Local Community Council about our activities. This is all completed on line.
I have found a couple Debian based distributions that have trouble turning off services at start up. To begin, services are background jobs that run on *nix systems. In compression to Windows they are what you can find by opening the task manager and finding the processes. You don't see the programs running because they are in the back ground. Most of these services are harmless but unnecessary. To stop a service in a Debian system type in the command.
sudo service servicename stop
sudo /etc/init.d/servicename stop