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  • NW Weekly Linux Sessions

    Online event

    Virtual meeting until further notice: https://meet.jit.si/ALE-NW ___________________________________________________________________________________ A hands-on group for assistance with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux. Attendees set the agenda. Usually people will form small groups of 2-3 to discuss a topic or work on an issue. Bring your laptop -- please, no desktops -- and show us your problem. If we can't help at least we'll amuse you. No presentations. If there's interest we can work through a HowToForge tutorial together. Usually this will mean having access to a server or VM (local or remote) to install test stuff into. Feel free to post the URL for a tutorial you'd like for the team to use (must be from https://www.howtoforge.com/) and the crowd choice wins. How long the virtual meetings will be necessary is determined by the govt announcements on the COVID-19 virus.

  • Southwest Weekly Linux Sessions

    Oz Pizza

    This is a free-form "help each other with linux or linux-related problems", with no fixed agenda and no fixed end-time. Order food/beverage on your way in, then join us. Note: this meetup is pre-empted by any ALE Central meeting, typically the third Tuesday of each month.

  • NW Weekly Linux Sessions

    Online event

    Virtual meeting until further notice: https://meet.jit.si/ALE-NW ___________________________________________________________________________________ A hands-on group for assistance with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux. Attendees set the agenda. Usually people will form small groups of 2-3 to discuss a topic or work on an issue. Bring your laptop -- please, no desktops -- and show us your problem. If we can't help at least we'll amuse you. No presentations. If there's interest we can work through a HowToForge tutorial together. Usually this will mean having access to a server or VM (local or remote) to install test stuff into. Feel free to post the URL for a tutorial you'd like for the team to use (must be from https://www.howtoforge.com/) and the crowd choice wins. How long the virtual meetings will be necessary is determined by the govt announcements on the COVID-19 virus.

  • Southwest Weekly Linux Sessions

    Oz Pizza

    This is a free-form "help each other with linux or linux-related problems", with no fixed agenda and no fixed end-time. Order food/beverage on your way in, then join us. Note: this meetup is pre-empted by any ALE Central meeting, typically the third Tuesday of each month.

  • NW Weekly Linux Sessions

    Online event

    Virtual meeting until further notice: https://meet.jit.si/ALE-NW ___________________________________________________________________________________ A hands-on group for assistance with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux. Attendees set the agenda. Usually people will form small groups of 2-3 to discuss a topic or work on an issue. Bring your laptop -- please, no desktops -- and show us your problem. If we can't help at least we'll amuse you. No presentations. If there's interest we can work through a HowToForge tutorial together. Usually this will mean having access to a server or VM (local or remote) to install test stuff into. Feel free to post the URL for a tutorial you'd like for the team to use (must be from https://www.howtoforge.com/) and the crowd choice wins. How long the virtual meetings will be necessary is determined by the govt announcements on the COVID-19 virus.

  • Southwest Weekly Linux Sessions

    Oz Pizza

    This is a free-form "help each other with linux or linux-related problems", with no fixed agenda and no fixed end-time. Order food/beverage on your way in, then join us. Note: this meetup is pre-empted by any ALE Central meeting, typically the third Tuesday of each month.

  • ALE Monthly Meeting

    Decatur Makers

    This is the ALE monthly meeting. The format is a one-hour presentation (approximate) followed by an informal Linux technology and troubleshooting Q&A session. Graciously hosted by the Decatur Makers (https://www.meetup.com/Decatur-Makers/) on West Ponce de Leon. Please follow the DM parking advice: Although there is parking available in the church parking lot at the makerspace, we suggest you consider parking across the street or around the corner in the neighborhood to avoid conflicting with a pre-existing weekly Tuesday night church event.

  • NW Weekly Linux Sessions

    Online event

    Virtual meeting until further notice: https://meet.jit.si/ALE-NW ___________________________________________________________________________________ A hands-on group for assistance with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux. Attendees set the agenda. Usually people will form small groups of 2-3 to discuss a topic or work on an issue. Bring your laptop -- please, no desktops -- and show us your problem. If we can't help at least we'll amuse you. No presentations. If there's interest we can work through a HowToForge tutorial together. Usually this will mean having access to a server or VM (local or remote) to install test stuff into. Feel free to post the URL for a tutorial you'd like for the team to use (must be from https://www.howtoforge.com/) and the crowd choice wins. How long the virtual meetings will be necessary is determined by the govt announcements on the COVID-19 virus.

  • Southwest Weekly Linux Sessions

    Oz Pizza

    This is a free-form "help each other with linux or linux-related problems", with no fixed agenda and no fixed end-time. Order food/beverage on your way in, then join us. Note: this meetup is pre-empted by any ALE Central meeting, typically the third Tuesday of each month.

  • NW Weekly Linux Sessions

    Online event

    Virtual meeting until further notice: https://meet.jit.si/ALE-NW ___________________________________________________________________________________ A hands-on group for assistance with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux. Attendees set the agenda. Usually people will form small groups of 2-3 to discuss a topic or work on an issue. Bring your laptop -- please, no desktops -- and show us your problem. If we can't help at least we'll amuse you. No presentations. If there's interest we can work through a HowToForge tutorial together. Usually this will mean having access to a server or VM (local or remote) to install test stuff into. Feel free to post the URL for a tutorial you'd like for the team to use (must be from https://www.howtoforge.com/) and the crowd choice wins. How long the virtual meetings will be necessary is determined by the govt announcements on the COVID-19 virus.