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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: February Meeting topic?
From: Ryan Hunt <rahunt@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004 23:44:34 -0600
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I can start attending meetings this semester as I do not have a Monday evening
class at this time.. Has anyone presented anything useful on QoS?
I recently setup a nice QoS routing setup that lets me play Quake3 with no lag
or lag spikes while xfering lots of inbound and outbound traffic (bittorrent  
and such). I am no expert in QoS, but if anyone is interested I can explain 
discuss how I have accomplished this. I am not much of a gamer, I did this  
merely because I knew it could be done somehow, it is useful for any linux  
user on a cable modem.

I have not presented to aclug before. I have not been known to attend alot. If 
this is a fresh topic I would be happy to explore it.

>===== Original Message From Anne McCadden <ironrose@xxxxxxx> =====
>What about a presentation about Webmin or some other utility that is
>very handy for linux admins?  I am working with it and it looks great.
>On Mon, 2004-01-26 at 13:08, Dale W Hodge wrote:
>> For those of you who aren't subsribed to the presentations mailing list, 
>> asking for suggestions for the February meeting. If you have any 
>> wish to volunteer to do a presentation, please reply to  
>> Thanks!
>> --Dale
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