This process will install and setup the tvheadend software, a PVR type system which allows DVB signals to be translated into IPTV streams, these can then be used in applications such as VLC or XBMC.
Raspberry Pi This section is about projects that use the Raspberry Pi platform.
Oculus Rift Demonstration This month we are fortunate enough for someone to come and demonstrate the cool new Virtual Reality headset, Oculus Rift. More details on the device can be found on their website http://www.oculusvr.com/ 7:30pm at Edenfield Cricket Club map
Virtualisation Part 2 – Storage GlusterFS What is GlusterFS Software NAS. GlusterFS is a clustered file system. Similar to RAID in principle but uses physical servers in place of disks. VIRTUALISATION RECAP Where did we get to? Built a hypervisor based on KVM and libvirt. Added a second hypervisor for resilience. Used […]
Topic: Virtualisation from the Ground Up Host: Jon A An introduction to virtualisation What is Virtualisation? Multiple instances of different operating systems running on the same piece of hardware. Traditional environment – multitude of tin. Virtual environment – minimal tin. Power savings etc. How does it work Hardware virtualisation instruction […]
Topic: Raspberry Pi Part 2 Host: Whole group hands on session. Another session hacking the Pi.
Topic: Raspberry Pi Host: Hands on I got my Raspberry Pi a while back now and after plugging everything in and creating a bootable SD card stood back and awaited the wonders to unfold, lines and lines of text with most being error messages soon dampened my enthusiasm. I did […]
Topic: MAME Host: Pete Mitchell & Jon Archer At this meet Pete Mitchell brought along his iPac board and joysticks to connect up to a PC which Jon A had installed a minimal Fedora with XFCE. The install automatically logged in and launched WahCade! a front end for the mame […]
Topic: XBMC – Home media Host: Pete Mitchell
Topic: Linux Based PBX Host: Jon Archer Created a demo environment to simulate a PBX with multiple lines (1001, 1002 etc) also connecting to a second PBX to provision a DDI number (01234567890) and allow incoming and outgoing calls from internal extensions to standard numbers. After a short while of […]