2017 LINUX SIG
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!
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