[olug] AIM Speaker Series 2012-05-24: TelePresence by Cisco

Adam Haeder adam at adamhaeder.com
Thu May 17 14:50:43 UTC 2012

AIM has a speaker series event coming up next week that I thought some of
you might be interested in. It's called "Collaboration and Business
Transformation with TelePresence"  by Mike Chernovetz, a TelePresence
Specialist at Cisco Systems. More details at
http://www.aiminstitute.org/news-and-events/2012-speakers-series.html. It's
at the Scott Conference Center from 11:30-1pm (so you get lunch too)

Cost is $20 per person if your company is an AIM member and $45 if your
company is not. However, if you are interested in going, contact me off
list and we can probably work something out from a pricing standpoint.

And since this post has so far not had any linux specific content in it,
here are some useful keyboard shortcuts I use when running 'top' on a

   - 1 -> toggle between aggregate cpu info and per-cpu info (good for SMP
   or multi-core systems)
   - M -> sort processes by memory usage
   - spacebar -> force the display to update
   - i -> toggle showing all processes / non-idle processes
   - u -> you'll be prompted to enter a username, and then shown only
   processes owned by that user
   - k -> send a process (by PID) a signal (defaults to 15, which is the
   TERM signal). It's an alias for 'kill', but that's a misnomer, because
   you're not always sending a signal to a process to tell it to die, there
   are other uses for signals.

Adam Haeder
adam at adamhaeder.com

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