We hope the Linux 101 Workshop help you guys get a better understanding of the Linux operating system to begin with!! As promised, we have uploaded the presentations used in the workshop. Have fun!
Download PocMan here to keep all the basic Linux commands handy, it’s a must have!!
Begin With Linux Basics
Interview Questions Quiz
View more presentations from Utkarsh Sengar.
We are back! This time, with the “Linux 101 Workshop”!
Date: Saturday, March 20, 2010
Time: 11:00am – 2:00pm
Location: Room No. ENG 331, Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering, SJSU
RSVP Here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=368861120119
Join our mailing list here: http://groups.google.com/group/sjslug
The “Linux 101 Workshop” will cover the very basic aspects of Linux which YOU need to know! This workshop won’t be “yet another Linux presentation” describing advantages and benefits of Linux. Our primary focus will be to make you understand what actually Linux is, it’s technical aspects which any Linux user …
I hope you guys liked what we presented in the first LUG meeting! It was an overview of what are going to organize in this semester. Our one of the key goal in the near future is Linux 101 Workshop.
You guys will be updated shortly about the timing of the workshop!
We have uploaded today’s presentation and the soft copy of PocMan v0.7. Check them out!! (hope you liked our PocMan, the Linux Commands Reference Manual!!)
Download PocMan v0.7 here
(For more information of how to make a PocketMod, please see this video)
LUG Meeting#1 on Feb, 23rd at 2PM
Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Time: 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Location: Pacifica Room (3rd Floor), Student Union, SJSU, San Jose
Location will be announced in a couple of days!
Agenda of the Meeting:
Introduction to the LUG team, Linux and how can you benefit from the LUG@SJSU.
Details of the events which we will conduct over this semester – #installfest, #hackfest, your ideas + interesting tools/apps #think, guest-speakers: profs, notable personality from the Silicon Valley, Lan-Party
Hand-outs will be given of the following: Linux origin, what is linux, choices/distributions, cheat-sheet*.
Presentation (Facts, …
Today, the official website of the Linux User Group at San Jose State University will go online! Last few weeks have been a little tough as we were busy in creating this website and the content which we will be publishing shortly after the first LUG meet on Feb 23rd, 2010.
You can stay updated with the LUG’s timing and events with the Events page.
We have a lot of fun stuff in store for you guys! #hackfest, #installfest, Technical Workshops by the big names in the Silicon Valley and many …
The Linux Users Group is a group of mostly geeks. However, these are not your normal geeks. We are a group of highly motivated people dedicated to supporting Free and Open Source Software, mainly Linux, on the San Jose State University campus. Register Now!!