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July Meeting

  • Jul 11, 2013 · 6:30 PM

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https://clclinux.org/node/29

 

Topic: Network Printer setup

Meeting topics are still being determined. Please suggest something you would like to know more about or would like to share with the group.

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  • James Y.

    I'm not sure where everyone is located, but two other options are the Vernon Area Library, which is just north of Sedgebrook, and the Ela Area Library. It seems that the Ela Library has bigger conference rooms available. I remember that Round Lake Library has a decently sized meeting room, too, and it looks like they've increased their hours over the last year.

    July 12, 2013

  • James Y.

    It was great meeting others with a shared interest in Linux. The various experiences everyone has had creates a great opportunity to learn.

    July 12, 2013

  • Dave D.

    I enjoyed Julies' presentation on network printers uinder Linux.I learned about CUPS having a browser interface, new to me as I have always either set up printing manually or been lucky enough to have it just work. I love hearing about the success of Linux world-wide. Julie mentioned the ten-year anniversary of Munich, Germany's very own Linux distribution. I studied there (before Linux was born) but

    1 · July 11, 2013

  • Kenny

    I want to become a Linux sysadmin. I really want to learn C programming as well. I am interested in becoming an RHCE.

    July 5, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Les, I have a Mundelein (Fremont) library card. I thought that Julie had checked them out and there were some other hassles involved... Given your transport situation, Jose, woud the Fremont library be any good?

    I know it could be a hassle, Jose, but I believe that a PACE bus stops not too far from Sedgebrook, so that may be an option as well.

    June 22, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      The other option for me is attending earlier meetups, that way I'm not too worried about missing the last bus. I can get to Mundelien but I'd have to leave around 5PM

      June 22, 2013

    • Lester L.

      I haven't looked at the Freemont library yet, and I don't know that Julie has either. But now that I know a card holder, I will do that.

      June 23, 2013

  • Lester L.

    The Gurnee Warren-Newport Library, http://www.wnpl.info/index.php/reserving-meeting-room/, is a nice facility. They have wireless internet in the meeting room, and the room is free. However, a library card is required (see Section 5.04 at the above link) and they provide no projector. It is also not as close to the center of Lake County as we would like. The 2 most centrally located are the Grayslake and the Mundelein libraries. They both have projectors, Grayslake's is free, Mundelein's is $15. They also require a library card holder, 18 years or older, to reserve a meeting room.

    So, does anyone out there have a Grayslake or Mundelein library card???

    The most promising aspect of the Sedgebrook facility is that we may draw more members from the residents there. That's a very good thing! Being close to the College of Lake County is also a good thing.

    June 22, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I don't have a card but I'm pretty sure at the Warren library, you don't need one. It's a nice spot too. I'll check if you like.

    I was just thinking it might also be fun to host an event where we could have some computers with Linux distros ready to go. More of a hands-on experience.

    June 21, 2013

  • Lester L.

    The Grayslake library has a really great meeting facility, but we need someone with a library card to reserve a meeting room. CLC stood for College of Lake County, but their requirements were steep. So we moved out and changed the name to Central Lake County Linux Club, since that is essentially where we started.

    So, does anyone out there have a Grayslake library card???

    June 20, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I think network printer setup is a great topic because printers seem to be seen as bane to the mainstream acceptance of Linux.

    Also, I thought CLC stood for College of Lake County, which is relatively near me. I don't have a car and use public transportation and my bike. Is there any chance the location can be in the Waukegan, Gurnee or Grayslake areas?

    June 19, 2013

  • ole b.

    I'm interested in learning how to use bash more effectivly.

    June 18, 2013

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