[sf-lug] meeting monday night, 6:00 at javacat
sarahmei at gmail.com
Mon Apr 17 21:59:17 PDT 2006
I had a great time at the meeting. Since I work part time and from
home, it's nice to get out and do tech talk once in a while. :)
My goal by the next meeting is to do an install on an ailing box I
have that's currently running win2k. (Something's wrong with the
video and it needs an OS reinstall of some sort.) It's a newish
decently powerful dev machine built from components, and it sounds
like Ubuntu includes some modules for less standard hardware. My box
seems to qualify. So I'm going to give that a shot. I bought one of
Anyway, I appreciate the warm welcome, and the falafel was good, so
I'll be back for the next one. :)
On 4/16/06, jim stockford <jim at well.com> wrote:
> there's no sign, but javacat is a smallish
> place, and it'll be obvious who are the geeks
> in the joint.
> we huddle together, usually in a corner.
> there'll be at least one laptop, at least one
> o'reilly book and a couple or three CD-ROM
> disks. most of us have some kind of linux
> at home, some of us have networks. I'll bring
> a linux book or a ceramic penguin.
> Good, now we have a theme for the night.
> On Apr 16, 2006, at 11:55 AM, Sarah Mei wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > I'm a new member and I'm going to come to the meeting Monday night.
> > Do you usually have a sign or something that I can look for?
> > I've been a linux and other *nix user for many years, and now I'm
> > trying to get a better handle on the admin type stuff. (Patching?
> > What is this..."patching"...of which you speak? ;-). My goal is to
> > start running some linux on my home network, starting with a user
> > machine or two and working up from there.
> > Sarah
> > On 4/16/06, jim stockford <jim at well.com> wrote:
> >> just a reminder.
> >> 6:00 PM till 8:00 PM at the Javacat cafe
> >> on Geary at 20th in SF.
> >> * free o'reilly book: baseball hacks--managing statistics
> >> * $1.50 Ubuntu 5.10 install CDs
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