7pm, Wednesday, 12 October 2022
Topic 1/2: Speeduino: Open source / Open Hardware Engine Management
Speaker: Richard O’Donoghue
Speeduino is an open source and open hardware Arduino-based system for managing engines. Richard will talk about some basics of engine management, the software, and what the hardware can do.
Topic 2/2: LVM (Logical Volume Management)
Speaker: Tom Ryder
Managing partitions on disks is a pain, especially on hardware disks. Logical Volume Management (LVM) for Linux-based systems provides a means to perform volume management much more dynamically and flexibly, including creating snapshots and drive redundancy, without needing to reboot. Tom will give a demonstration of the basics of using LVM, including using it at install time as part of an encrypted setup for Debian GNU/Linux and other distributions.
$2 gold coin donation
Coffee and biscuits will be provided, but please feel free to bring along your own snacks and drinks.
- 7:00pm: Welcome (Tom Ryder)
- 7:10pm: Topic 1/2: Speeduino: Open source / Open Hardware Engine Management (Richard O’Donoghue)
- 7:55pm: Supper Break
- 8:05pm: General business (Tom Ryder)
- 8:10pm: Topic 2/2: LVM (Logical Volume Management) (Tom Ryder)
- 9:00pm: Doors close
2 thoughts on “October: Speeduino and LVM”
Great meeting, thanks folks.
My LVM slides are here: <https://www.plug.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/logical-volume-management.pdf> (application/pdf, 248 KiB)
I’ve asked Richard O’Donoghue for his slides, too; I’ll post them here when I get them.
Here we are; thank you, Richard! <https://www.plug.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/PLUG_-_Speeduino.pdf> (application/pdf, 588 KiB)