Date: Sat, 01 Apr 2000 08:49:56 -0800 From: Dan Kegel
To: Subject: John Terpstra to speak about Samba and Turbolinux in Los Angeles, 8 April 2000 [Forwarded with changes from lalugs; http://www.lalugs.org ] John Terpstra will be addressing a meeting of the LinuxAtLax LUG (near LAX in Los Angeles) on Saturday April 8th at 10 AM. Linux installation help will be available; the meeting will run until 5pm. John was instrumental in forming the Samba Team, and is the V.P. of Community Relations at TurboLinux. He will discuss technical aspects of Samba and TurboCluster Server, and TurboLinux's relationship with the Open-Source Community. Space is limited (the hall holds 110); please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend. See http://www.linuxatlax.org/meetings.html for more info. Samba is the well-known open source fileserver software that lets Unix systems act as file servers to Microsoft workstations. TurboCluster Server offers dynamic load balancing, service monitoring, and automatic IP failover. Anyone running a set of busy web servers or Windows file servers would probably enjoy this event.