ACM-Linux

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ACM-Linux is the Marquette University Special Interest Group for Linux (we were once known as MULUG, but from an administrative standpoint joining with the ACM organization was easier). As a special interest group we try to meet every few months to discuss Linux and Linux related topics.

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February 4, 2009

December 3, 2008

  • End of the year social gathering.
  • Discuss what is new in the Linux community.
  • Approximately 14 people in attendance.

November 8, 2008

  • Linux Install fest.
  • Approximately 6 people in attendance.

October 22, 2008

  • Virtual machines / Live CDs (presented by Adam Scheblein).
  • Approximately 8 people in attendance.

October 1, 2008

April 12, 2008

  • Linux Install fest.
  • Approximately 10 people in attendance.

November 8, 2007

  • Running your life from the command line (presented by Paul Hinze).
  • Compiz Fusion (presented by Andrew Dolder).
  • Approximately 13 people in attendance.

October 6, 2007

Future Linux Topics

  • Install fest
  • LaTeX
  • Linux on networking hardware: Open-WRT / DD-WRT / Open RADIUS / VPN
  • System administration
  • MicroWulf
  • MythTV
  • Mencoder and cron
  • Open source / alternative software discussion
  • Synchronization / backup
  • Server construction
  • LAN party
  • Chaos cluster
  • Linux remote access
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