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NW Weekly Linux sessions
We will work through a selected HowToForge tutorial together. Usually, this will mean having access to a virtual machine. You are expected to work along. Post the URL for the tutorial you'd like for the team to use (must be from and the crowd choice wins. Please RSVP, so we have an idea of how many people are coming, but only if you are 95% certain of attendance. Location: or .... Get help with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux. No official end time, but the shop closes at 5pm. No presentations. We may work through "how-tos" together. Attendees set the agenda. Best to have a server or VM available (local or remote) to install test stuff into. Bring a laptop and show a project or start something new! This meetup works best with hands-on questions solved on your equipment. Usually people will form small groups 2-3 to discuss a topic or work on an issue. Look for the group with the laptops.


3000 Windy Hill Rd., Ste. A-10 · Marietta, ga

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The Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts (formerly GA 400 Linux Group) was been started to allow the casual to advanced Linux users to get together and share ideas, knowledge, and face-time with other Linux users. We're focused on helping beginning and returning Linux users learn the basics by establishing a solid foundation. We'll discuss distributions, file systems and storage, installation, databases, networking, and more!

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