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Fox Valley LUG April Meeting

Sorry for the late notice, I've been quite busy preparing for SaltConf this month, and I'll be on a plane heading back to Chicago during this meeting so I will not be able to attend. The first person to arrive should go to the service desk (just inside the automatic doors at the rear of the lobby) and ask to check in to the small conference room. They might ask the name of the group, just say "Fox Valley Linux".


See you all in May!

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  • Patrick M.

    I haven't tried this, but vetusware actually has a download for MS Office 4.3, as we talked about in the last meeting:
    http://vetusware.com/download/Microsoft%20Office%204.3/?id=7457

    May 26

  • Charles B.

    Hey everyone - Two questions.
    1. When's the next meeting? Any idea yet?
    2. So I've decided I want to start working on getting Linux certified. Recommendations on direction to head - Red Hat cert, CompTIA Linux+ cert, etc.? I'll take any recommendations anyone has. If you want to e-mail me directly, you can email me at charles dot buege at gmail dot com. Hopefully the 'bots' won't figure my e-mail address out from that. *laughs*

    Thanks,
    Charlie

    May 17

    • Jason

      Hey man! The meeting would've usually been today (3rd Saturday of the month) but Eric probably is really busy and it slipped his mind. RHEL would be a great cert to have (anyone will practically hire you with that one) The LPIC is what I'm studying for. The first one is paper only then I believe 2 and 3 are paper and hands on for the test. You could probably get the LPIC 1 while studying for the RHEL

      May 21

  • Jean Marie D.

    It was a great meeting. I did learn a lot and share as well. Randall was awesome. Good job everyone one!

    April 24

  • Chris M.

    It was great meeting everyone. I'm looking forward to next months meeting. Thanks for the notes Tom, you have a better memory than I do!

    April 23

  • Jason

    Thank Tom for the notes. I agree Randal, that was awesome having everyone come together helping and discussing topics. I look forward to seeing everyone at the next one!

    1 · April 23

  • Tom P.

    It was great to see so many people at the meeting. Here's my brief notes from the meeting => http://www.tompurl.com/2016/04/22/lug-meeting-notes-42216/

    2 · April 23

  • Randall M.

    Thanks everybody for coming and being a part of an awesome meeting! It was really fun seeing the diversity and depth of the group. I also like how everybody is great at helping people to the next step, even if that's where we ouselves are standing. Thanks for being awesome.

    3 · April 23

  • Chris M.

    Hello guys, I'm looking forward to attending my first meeting! I'm on call for work but hopefully things will be quite tomorrow morning. Looking forward to meeting the group!

    1 · April 22

  • Charles B.

    I like the idea. As was obvious in the last meeting, I have tons to learn about Linux so you know you can depend on me for questions. *laughs* I'll keep my Q&A to a minimum to let others speak - I promise!!

    1 · April 18

  • Tom P.

    I hope I can make it this time but I may have to work. Since we don't have a topic this time I thought it might be nice to treat the meeting like a "hack night" after reading the following article:

    - http://tech.noredink.com/post/142283641812/designing-meetups-to-build-better-communities

    Basically, I thought it might be nice for everyone to mention what they're working on (installing Ubuntu, configuring i3, nothing, etc.) and then people can help if they would like. It makes the meeting more accessible to everyone and it gives you time to either work on your project or help others. What do you folks think?

    1 · April 18

  • Patrick M.

    What Charles Said

    April 15

  • Charles B.

    Have a safe flight back!!!

    April 15

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