Sunday, April 29, 2007

LOPSA-NJ Presentation

I'll be presenting some troubleshooting tips to the LOPSA NJ meeting on May 3 at the Lawrence Public Library at 7pm. My Impress presentation is included below. (Impress is part of the OpenOffice suite.):

(I moved the presentation's share to the top of the page.)

Date: Thursday, May 3, 2007, 7:00pm (social), 7:30pm (discussion)

Topic: An overview of some of the different ways to troubleshoot
problems in a Solaris 10 environment, with emphasis on the tools that
are specific to Solaris

Speaker: Scott Cromar

Description: The talk will be a discussion of a general
troubleshooting approach including the use of Ishikawa and
Interrelationship diagrams in troubleshooting. With a brief overview of
some of the tools available in Solaris 10 and a brief introduction to
DTrace.

Location: Lawrence Headquarters Branch of the Mercer County Library,
Community Room 2

5 comments:

Kim said...

I don't see the impress file here. What am I missing?

Kim Goldenberg

ScottCromar said...

You may be missing a plug-in. I'm sharing the file via box.net, which uses a shockwave/flash applet. The html I use to embed the share (without the angle brackets) is:

embed src="http://www.box.net/static/flash/box_explorer.swf?widgetHash=rbstoodhxh" width="400" height="300" wmode="transparent" type="application/x-shockwave-flash"
/embed

--Scott

Kim said...

No, it's blocked by Web(non)sense here. I'll have to try it at home. I thought the point of telling about Impress was to let use see the actual file. Sorry for the misunderstanding. See you Thursday.

ScottCromar said...

I've sent a copy of the presentation to the LOPSA-NJ mailing list as well, but it is awaiting moderator approval due to the size of the attachment.

--Scott

ScottCromar said...

You may also want to try to access the share directly from the box.net site using the following URL:

http://www.box.net/shared/rbstoodhxh

This is the first time I've used their file-sharing service on a blog, so this is a bit of a learning experience for me.

--Scott