Sine Nomine is proud to announce version 2.3 of LXFMT is available for download. This version is a substantial rework of how disk geometry handling and volume formatting occurs, which should adapt better to new DASD types and be a bit more resilient to odds-and-ends that used to break things in unpredictable ways.
Ken Starks, who writes and publishes The Blog of Helios, was a featured speaker at the recent Ohio LinuxFest in Columbus, Ohio. He writes about his experience at the conference in an article for Foss Force.
Sine Nomine Associates (SNA) congratulates the OpenAFS project for establishing a legal entity, The OpenAFS Foundation, Inc., in order “to nurture and evolve the OpenAFS technology, to foster the OpenAFS community of experts, and to attract and increase the community of OpenAFS users” in the future.
These presentations are from the September 17, 2014 meeting of the Hillgang, a Washington DC area mainframe user group.