At work, I have an RS6000 running AIX 5.3. The on-board NIC controller
failed. I installed a dual-port Intel Pro 10/100/1000 NIC card.
When I start the server, the Intel card isn't recognized. SMIT doesn't
see it either. What do I have to do in SMIT so that I can use the card?
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This month, we will not have the standard WLUG meeting. We will,
instead, have our annual BBQ at Eric Martin's home in Worcester. Many
thanks to Eric and his wife for allowing us to trash, er, visit his home
for this occasion!
Remember, DON'T go to the normal meeting place - go to Eric's house.
Last year, at least one person went to WPI and waited for
everybody...please don't do that...you'll be lonely. :-)
The date of the BBQ is:
Thursday, July 17th, 2008
Time: 6:00 PM (confirming with Eric)
Address: 33 W. Lansing Ave, Worcester, MA 01605
Look for a giant tux next to a tree in the yard
Directions, as supplied by Eric (thanks!):
- From WPI:
Get on Salisbury St, at the fork of Salisbury and Forest take the Right
fork for Forest
At the light You'll be at Ford's Hometown Services with the Pest of the
Month. This is Grove / Forest
Take the left fork for Grove and Lansing is the 3rd Street on your
right, about 1mi from the corner of Grove and Forest. I'm the 3rd house
on the left.
- From 290 you can either get off at 17 and go surface roads or get off on
- From 190, take Exit 1 onto West Boylston St.
Take a Right at Starbucks onto Grove St
Bear right at the Corner of Grove / Forest (there is an extermination
place called Ford's Hometown Services w/ the pest of the month here)
Get in the left lane and Lansing is 1mi up on the Left
See ya there!
Andy Stewart, Founder
Worcester Linux Users' Group (http://www.wlug.org)
Chelmsford Linux Meetup Group (http://linux.meetup.com/393)
Amateur Radio: KB1OIQ
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the request came to me via a friend:
I'm looking for working PCs that are no longer needed by
their owners. We have many students that could benefit from the hands on
learning that can only be made available through private donations. As one of
three instructors here at the Shriver Job Corps Center , I would
personally see to all systems being cleaned of private information by wiping
all internal hard drives using DOD, (Department Of Defense), Standards. Each
operating PC would then be entered into our training program for our students
as a break/fix computer.
If you know of anyone who may be interested in participating
for the sake of our students, please pass along this note. Although all
donations will be greatly appreciated it would not be a tax write-off but you
will be able to sleep better knowing that you have helped aspiring technicians
learn a trade and become active working participants in this great country of
Anyone having questions, please don't hesitate to call or
I hope you are having a great summer.
Ted E. DeSalvatore
----- Original Message ----
From: David Glaser <dglaser(a)glaserresearch.net>
To: Worcester Linux Users Group <wlug(a)mail.wlug.org>
Sent: Wednesday, July 2, 2008 4:59:54 PM
Subject: Re: [Wlug] donations
Just from a cursory look at the website, I did not see a section on
Mike Leo wrote:
> I have a friend looking for donations of old equipment to help out
> http://shriver.jobcorps.gov/, a "no-cost education and vocational
> training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that
> helps young people ages 16 through 24" at Devens, MA.
> If anyone has any qualifying equipment, let me know and we will see
> about arrangements.
> Thanks much,
> Wlug mailing list
Wlug mailing list
I have a friend looking for donations of old equipment to help out http://shriver.jobcorps.gov/, a "no-cost education and vocational training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 through 24" at Devens, MA.
If anyone has any qualifying equipment, let me know and we will see about arrangements.