About LUV

Linux Users of Victoria is one of Australia's largest GNU/Linux, free software and open source user groups. We conduct two regular events in Melbourne each month. On the first Tuesday of the month LUV runs technical lectures at 200 Victoria St. Carlton, close to Melbourne's CBD and at Infoxchange in Richmond on the third Saturday of the month, LUV run a hands on workshop, addressing the issues of the users who turn up. The workshops have a "beginners" level talk, whereas the technical lectures are for an "intermediate" and "advanced" audience.

LUV has four regional chapters in Ballarat, Geelong, Shepparton, and the La Trobe Valley. Many of our members also attend Melbourne Linux Users Group (MLUG).

We believe that software patents cause net harm to our members, the software industry and the community. We therefore support removing software from patentable subject matter.

Linux Conference Picnic, February 1, 2016

Feb 1 2016 19:30
Feb 1 2016 20:30
Location: 

Frank Moore Reserve, Western Beach Rd, Geelong

As the annual Linux Conference is being held in Geelong this year for the first time ever we will hold a second Penguin Picnic at the Frank Moore Reserve on Western Beach Rd, Geelong from 19:30 on Monday 1 February 2016 in place of our usual February main meeting.

LUV will be providing various items for the BBQ, e.g., plates, sausages to cater for carnivores, pouletvores, piscevores, and herbivores, bread, onions, and sauces, and fruit. Please bring salads and drinks.

Main meetings will resume on Tuesday 1 March.

LUV Beginners Bonus January Meeting: tcpdump/tshark (wireshark)

Jan 30 2016 12:30
Jan 30 2016 16:30
Location: 

Infoxchange, 33 Elizabeth St. Richmond

Sergey Guzenkov will look into:

  • differences between tshark and tcpdump,
  • tools that come with wireshark: dumpcap, capinfos, mergecap, tshark,
  • how to work with the capture files,
  • how to select the interface we want to capture on,
  • caveats in capturing (like vlans not being displayed),
  • capture and display filters, the difference between them,
  • statistics capabilities - this will be a big focus,
  • graphing,
  • decyphering SSL/TLS connection without access to server certificate.
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