by jospoortvliet
from ownCloud

I work as community manager for ownCloud and have been Free Software evangelist for over 10 years. I was previously at SUSE and volunteer in marketing in the KDE community. My favorite pastime is experimenting in the kitchen, trying to come up with something edible.

Always wanted to play with a small, embedded device? Always wanted to have your own Cloud at home? This is your chance! Installing openSUSE and ownCloud on a Banana Pi or Raspberry Pi 2 is not very hard and it can do Real Cool Stuff™. Your documents, your calendar, your contacts, photos, passwords, music, notes, all of it on your own little server at home. In this workshop we will go over the process of installing openSUSE, a webserver and finally ownCloud on a Banana/Raspberry Pi.

You can bring your own Raspberry Pi 2 or Banana Pi device. Don't forget the charger, SD card and network cable! Or you bring a laptop, ensure access to your server or anthing else - we'll help you get ownCloud up on anything you like! We will have a few Banana and Raspberry Pi's as well to experiment with and install openSUSE and ownCloud on.

2015 May 2 15:45
1 h
Third room
openSUSE Conference
Development, Technology & Security
Requires Registration:
Yes (Registered: 37)