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Re: [Fsuk-manchester] Follow-up: MFS Meeting. Tue, 16 Oct. "Games. Secur
Re: [Fsuk-manchester] Follow-up: MFS Meeting. Tue, 16 Oct. "Games. Security round-up. LVM. Vim."
Sat, 27 Oct 2018 11:00:08 +0100
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On 21/10/2018 12:23, Michael Dorrington wrote:
> On 11/10/2018 09:05, Michael Dorrington wrote:
>> Please forward this notice to those that would welcome it.
>> You can subscribe to the Manchester Free Software mailing list at:
>> * Event: Manchester Free Software's October Meeting
>> * 45 minute slot: Free Software games
Coincidently, it was (possibly) the 60th anniversary of computer games:
An equivalent is GNU "Ball and Paddle":
This doesn't look to be in distros though.
Exercise: Check if GNU Ball and Paddle is in your distro.
Extra credit: Download, compile and run GNU Ball and Paddle.
Next month's talk (Tuesday, 20th November) will be on the National Cyber
Security Centre's "EUD Security Guidance: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS":
We won't use Ubuntu but Debian or Debian-based distro that isn't Ubuntu.
This topic will take 2 meetings to do it justice. We'll probably take
the 45 minute slots for AppArmor one month and IPSec/VPN another month.
And use the 15 minute slots for the smaller bit such as securing GRUB
and auditd. We've done "Use LUKS/dm-crypt to provide full volume
encryption." already so don't need to do that again.
FSF member #9429
"The Free Software Foundation (FSF) is a nonprofit with a worldwide
mission to promote computer user freedom and to defend the rights of all
free software users."
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