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{{Note|this page is for planning our upcoming Buildfest}}
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'''Next Buildfest:''' ''none planned''
  
'''Buildfest''' is an event hosted by LUG@UCLA where participants learn how to build a desktop computer from parts. This is a very hands-on event. Participants will learn about all the basic components of a computer, and how they are interconnected. We also teach how to install an operating system and tune it to the specific hardware configuration. We shall use the free GNU/Linux operating system.
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'''Buildfest''' is an event hosted by LUG@UCLA where participants learn how to build a desktop computer from parts. This is a very hands-on event. Participants will learn about all the basic components of a computer, and how they are interconnected. We also teach how to install an operating system and tune it to the specific hardware configuration.
  
=== Current hardware ===
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== History ==
  
* [processor] AMD Opteron 64 X2 4000
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=== Winter 2014 Buildfest ===
* [memory] 4x1GB DDR 400 MHz
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* [graphics] NVIDIA Quadro FX 3450/4000 (2)
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See album [https://linux.ucla.edu/media/2014_Winter_Buildfest/ here]. Two computers were built, and there were 9 attendees.
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Revision as of 22:49, 17 April 2014

Next Buildfest: none planned

Buildfest is an event hosted by LUG@UCLA where participants learn how to build a desktop computer from parts. This is a very hands-on event. Participants will learn about all the basic components of a computer, and how they are interconnected. We also teach how to install an operating system and tune it to the specific hardware configuration.

History

Winter 2014 Buildfest

See album here. Two computers were built, and there were 9 attendees.