[NBLUG/Announce] Dec. 13th: Shareable Remote Linux Engineering Environments
ac at sonic.net
Thu Dec 15 11:01:42 PST 2016
For anyone that missed the talk live but would like to see a replay, I've posted it on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jn8rpP3Xc9I - there was some fun with a bug I discovered during the live demo where the wakeonlan command doesn't like it if you are targeting a hostname in /etc/hosts but after that initial hurdle everything went quite well. Enjoy, and Happy Holidays!
President, North Bay Linux Users' Group
On 12/13/2016 02:11 PM, Allan Cecil wrote:
> This is a quick talk reminder for 7:30 tonight at O'Reilly but if you can't make it in person I'll be streaming the presentation live at: http://twitch.tv/dwangoAC
> This will be the most risky live demo I have ever attempted as I will be remotely powering on the equipment at the beginning of the talk. By the end of the demo we'll be watching live camera feeds and streaming high quality video and audio all without leaving Linux, so if that sounds interesting be sure to tune in!
> See you there (physically or virtually),
> President, North Bay Linux Users' Group
> On 12/08/2016 11:49 AM, Allan Cecil wrote:
>> Topic: Shareable Remote Linux Engineering Environments
>> When: Tuesday December 13th, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
>> Speaker: Allan Cecil
>> Location: O'Reilly Media, Sebastopol CA in the Tarsier conference room
>> past the metal statue and to the right ( http://nblug.org/locations )
>> Description: Working on an engineering project with more than one person is hard enough when everyone is in the same room. It's more difficult when you have a team spread around the world and even more interesting if you're working on a shared physical device. In this talk, I'll discuss a remote engineering environment I created that allows contributors to connect to a standard Linux user account with a shared terminal (tmux), shared desktop (x2go with desktop sharing enabled), power and data control for a device under test (serial over USB), and even streaming video for viewing camera feeds (RTMP streaming from OBS Studio and viewed in VLC). This wide-ranging talk is appropriate for all levels of experience and will primarily be a series of live, remote demos.
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