A question for people.
I'm trying to set-up a network printer to talk to my laptop.
But, here's the twist
My Wifi connects to internet/router on 192.168.1.* network, but the
printer will connect to my laptop via a network cable on the 192.168.0.*
I'm not sure about setting up the network cards/printers etc?
Thank you for those who attended tonight's meeting.
We've had a quick chat about various things, which are:
1. Possible link in Twitter.
2. Have a IRC client within the main site.
3. House meetings. (Including BBQ's etc)
Next meeting to be on the 11th May at the same location.
Please let me know any ideas you have with the above (or any ideas in
Thank you again for all those who have been putting content toward the
site, it is much appreciated.
It's that time again. We've got a lot to discuss, given that we appear
to be quite disorganised without Dave (whoops) so it would be good to
make this a busy meeting..
... However, I do understand that this will be Easter Monday, which may
cause problems for a few of you.
It looks as-if I shall be able to spend an hour out, but it does depend
on the amount of writing I've done on my dissertation.
Anyway, most of you know the drill by now, so please add your names
- Tom Hill
So the LUG list has been pretty quiet this week! Starting to wonder what
you're all doing...
I've been wrestling with my dissertation project for the last few weeks:
ATA over Ethernet, iSCSI and NFS comparisons when working with Virtual
Box VMs. It's been interesting, to say the least...
But the pain is now writing it up!
So, why all the silence guys? Any interesting projects? :)
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WP site, my username is KrisDouglas.
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Hackspace - a place for hacking. Playful invention with hardware, from
Arduino to 3D printers. As one of the hackspaces puts it: "We're looking
to create a hackerspace where anyone interested in technology, or
digital or electronic art can meet, socialise and collaborate."
There are hackspaces all over the world , and now the UK. A new group
 is trying to set up hackspaces in London  & Birmingham .
Why not the North West you ask? Well, I asked anyway ;) - so now we have
a NW group - come and join the mailing list .
Members of Liverpool LUG have expressed an interest, and want to tie it
in with planned workshops & the local arduino community. In Manchester
the local coworking group are interested in sharing the space. In
Stockport we're looking at a storey of a nice mill building , and
hoping to find a community of people to join in. In Bangor there's a
social enterprise start-up that would integrate very well with the
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