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 * Have Ubuntu running on 2 machines - one my workstation/server (Dell PowerEdge SC340) - used as a fileserver/jack of all trades machine. Loaded it up with memory to run VMWare and run virtual OS's for practice/studies (I do MS stuff in the workplace, but would much rather deal with Linux). FreeNX for remote access, even played some UT2004 on it as well (though I am horrible at FPS games). Laptop (Dell C640) with Ubuntu for day to day surfing and whatnot on the couch. Have a Shuttle PC setup running Knoppmyth, playing vids/music hosted on my server over NFS. Almost a terabyte of storage in total at home, with no problems of stability or dealing with licensing (YAY!). I'm a linux newbie still, but very enthusiastic about learning more about it. ~ Brian Green

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Team Info

The Ubuntu Chicago Team is an organization created via the LoCoTeam guidelines for the Ubuntu Community, with the priority of fixing [http://launchpad.net/malone/bugs/1/ bug #1], by providing support, advocacy, and guidance to the Ubuntu community. The Ubuntu Chicago Team will utilize the structure, standards, and tools created and provided by the various teams within the Ubuntu community, as well as performing tasks above and beyond those expected in order to maintain competency among the community.

Team Status

The Ubuntu Chicago Team is currently in the process of creation, standardization, and implementation. Any and all Ubuntu users are encouraged to join the team. We are currently trying to come up with a logo for the team that says Chicago loves Ubuntu.

Team Contact

Interested parties can contact the Ubuntu Chicago Team via the following:

Team List

If you are interested, please list your name below. If you are unfamiliar with editing a wiki or do not feel comfortable doing so, email me your information and I will be more then happy enough to add you to the list.

Status

Name

Wiki

E-mail

IRC

Jabber

AIM

MSN

Yahoo

ICQ

Contact

Rich Johnson

RichJohnson

MailTo(nixternal AT gmail DOT com, nixternal at gmail dot com)

nixternal

nixternal gmail.com & jabber.kubuntu.de

nixternal

nixternal

nixternal

240776631

Contact

Mike Greenwood

["Greenwom"]

MailTo(mjgreenwood AT gmail DOT com, mjgreenwood at gmail dot com)

Member

Mr. Jonathan R. Swanciger

MailTo(jswanc2 AT uic DOT edu, jswanc2 at uic dot edu)

Member

Matthew Guenard

MailTo(nardo69 AT sbcglobal DOT net, nardo69 at uic dot edu)

Member

Jason Czajkowski

MailTo(mrhentai AT minilanclub DOT com, mrhentai at minilanclub dot com)

Mr_HeNtAi

Member

Freddy Martinez

MailTo(freddymartinez9 AT gmail DOT com, freddymartinez9 at gmail dot com)

admiral_proFTW

admiralprim3

Member

Vince Vierra

MailTo(vrvierra AT gmail DOT com, vrvierra at gmail dot com)

vierranet

Member

John Dietrick

MailTo(j.r.dietrick AT gmail DOT com, j.r.dietrick at gmail dot com)

djhobo9


Team Speak

OK Chicago, what are you currently doing with your Ubuntu setup? What version are running? Any problems?

  • I use Gimp, Freeciv, and the openoffice apps quite frequently, they work flawlessly to say the least! The only real problem I have encountered is with my scanner and Xsane. I have a HP Photosmart 2575 all-in-one, I can print perfectly, but when I try to scan with Xsane my printer errors out. I get the BSOD on the lil 2 inch LCD, so that's what I'm workin on right now.
  • Using Kubuntu 6.06 LTS (2 desktops & 1 Laptop), Ubuntu 6.06 LAMP (2 servers). I use everything that begins with 'K'. I also use, amaroK, Gimp, IRSSI, Kopete, Firefox, Kdevelop, Quanta, OpenOffice 2, Scribus, digiKam, XnView, Gobby, Emacs, VMware Server & Workstation, and many more. I am on various Ubuntu/Kubuntu teams and I am always at the [https://launchpad.net/ Launchpad] fielding support questions, bug reports, and specifications. ~ RichJohnson ~

  • Like most I use Firefox & Open Office for most desktop needs. I use stream tuner, stream ripper to rip MP3 from Internet radio, I use Beep Media Player, GTKpod, Amarok, Audacity, Scribus and of course the Gimp. ~ ["Greenwom"] ~

  • Using Ubuntu 6.06 LTS on my Dell Inspiron 9300, everything that I normally use is working (Wireless and Bluetooth Included). I've loaded Unreal Tournament 2004, and Quake 4. Both games work without issue. It's hard for me to tell if its a bug or something that I've done wrong since I'm an inexperienced linux user. ~ Jason Czajkowski ~
  • Former Debian user of about a year, recently switched to Ubuntu because its primary focus on the desktop aligns more with my usage habits. I use my machine for basic desktop and internet tasks as well as development in C/C++ and Java. Currently using 6.06 with selected packages from Edgy. Near future plans to install a tuner card and MythTV to make this box my primary media center as well. ~ ["JohnDietrick"] ~

  • Have Ubuntu running on 2 machines - one my workstation/server (Dell PowerEdge SC340) - used as a fileserver/jack of all trades machine. Loaded it up with memory to run VMWare and run virtual OS's for practice/studies (I do MS stuff in the workplace, but would much rather deal with Linux). FreeNX for remote access, even played some UT2004 on it as well (though I am horrible at FPS games). Laptop (Dell C640) with Ubuntu for day to day surfing and whatnot on the couch. Have a Shuttle PC setup running Knoppmyth, playing vids/music hosted on my server over NFS. Almost a terabyte of storage in total at home, with no problems of stability or dealing with licensing (YAY!). I'm a linux newbie still, but very enthusiastic about learning more about it. ~ Brian Green


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