01/2017 Linux SIG


We are beginning our 7th year of monthly Linux SIGs.

My aim is to convince you that Linux is a viable and free operating system, Everyone is welcome to attend our monthly meetings.

I dedicate all my 2017 meetings to Rudy Crawford who was always personally supportive to me and an early adopter of Linux, We’ll miss Rudy’s smile!

January Highlight

Our 1/16 meeting will be in the TBCS Classroom not the normal SIG Room. I found a great basic video on hard drive partitioning. Using GParted you control exactly how your drive will be partitioned in an easy to use console display.

01/2017 Linux Links

The Linux Mint Blog » Blog Archive » Linux Mint 18.1 “Serena” MATE released!
Buying Your First Dedicated Linux PC
How to Set Grub to Remember Your Last Selected Entry
Is DNS What Makes My Internet Slow?
Eight Things to Do After Installing Linux Mint Xfce 18.x
Software to Record Linux Tutorials
21 Must-Have Apps For Ubuntu Desktop
How To Install BURG Boot Loader In Ubuntu
2017: The year Linux will reach 5% market share
Linux 2017: With great power comes great responsibility
How To Find Installed Applications With Installed Size In Linux
There’s a Linux-powered car in your future

12/2016 Linux Links

Three Awesome Linux Laptops You Can Buy Right Now
8 Tips to Effectively Boost Your Wireless Router Signal
Top Web Browsers for Linux
Going Linux · Screencasts
Change Edit Panel Digital Clock Format In Lubuntu LXDE
For a Good Strftime – Easy Skeezy Ruby Date/Time Formatting
Hard Disk Sentinel – Free Linux version
Monitor And Protect Your Data, Ray Parker, Epsilogix
Cable without the cable box!
Microsoft Loves Linux Patent Tax
Meet the Pinebook, a $89 ARM Laptop That Runs Ubuntu
Applications Missing From Ubuntu
Remembering Linux Installfests
Securing Your Ubuntu Network
Beginner’s Guide to the Linux Desktop
Must have Ubuntu Packages

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