[chiglug] ChicagoLUG meeting - Saturday, January 25th at 2:00pm - Linux on RISC-V and systemd-homed
Christopher Lemmer Webber
cwebber at dustycloud.org
Mon Jan 20 18:47:01 UTC 2020
Sounds like great presentations. Makes me wish I were still in Chicago
so I could attend. ;)
If recorded, be sure to post the videos! I especially am interested in
the RISC-V one.
Jim Campbell writes:
> Hey Everyone:
> The Chicago GNU/Linux User Group is (... after some time) staging our
> next meeting. Here are the details:
> Date: January 25, 2020
> Time: 2:00p
> Place: Pumping Station: One - 3519 North Elston Ave, Chicago, IL 60618
> RSVP: https://www.meetup.com/ChicagoLUG/events/267940284/?isFirstPublish=true
> * Linux on RISC-V
> by: Drew Fustini
> * systemd-homed: systemd is coming for your home directory
> by: Jim Campbell
> Further Information
> This is going to be an exciting meeting. Drew will demo Linux running
> on RISC-V on the Hackaday Supercon Badge, and talk about how we were
> able to accomplish that using free software tools such as
> Linux-on-LiteX-VexRiscv and KiCad.
> Drew will also look at what's coming up in 2020 for Linux on RISC-V
> including developments in the kernel, Fedora and Debian, plus what
> Linux-capable silicon chips are on the horizon.
> Jim will be presenting on one of the newer (and yet-to-be-merged)
> components of systemd, systemd-homed. We'll take a look at some of the
> problems it aims to solve, how it attempts to solve them, and when
> you'd want to use it / when you'd not want to use it.
> As always, this is a BYOB event and we will have pizza. RSVP's are
> encouraged but not required. We look forward to seeing everyone there!
> Happy Hacking!
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