[sf-lug] SF Lug meeting Sunday August 4, 2013

Bobbie Sellers bliss-sf4ever at dslextreme.com
Mon Jul 29 08:42:28 PDT 2013

     SF-LUG meets every first Sunday from 11 A.M. to 1 P.M.
at the Cafe Enchante, 26th and Geary Boulevard.

     Emilio Milian will be giving a demonstration of the Raspberry Pi
computer at the this  meeting.  Emilio has many years experience
both teaching and as a hobbyist.

Bring along your questions and maybe learn a thing or two.
As always, the format is very informal

     I will be bringing along my new tablet/laptop the Asus Transformer
Pad TF700 which is Android/Linux to demonstrate (and show off of course).
  Because of this if anyone needs a copy of Knoppix or other tool let me 
in advance as the TF700 does not yet have DVD R/W capability

     I was able to get a fresh release of Linux Pro magazine issue 153,
  dated August 2013.  The included DVD is two-sided with LinuxMint 15+
"Olivia" Cinnnamon edition and GNU/Linux Debian 7 "Wheezy".
Featured Articles on Search Tools, Behind the scenes at the Angry Birds
e-commerce site, Alice a new tool for building animations, and a lot of
other interesting articles.

     These meetings are usually lightly attended with a high for the
year so far of 6 members.   If you have a problem come along
and maybe we can help but if not we can usually find someone
who can.
     If I can get a fresh issue of Linux Pro magazine I will bring it

        Meeting times are strictly nominal which means that I try
to show up on time or actually ahead of time, in case I have
to trouble shoot my set-up.  We leave if no other  interested
parties show up up by 7:30 Monday nights or 12:30  PM on
  Sundays.  On the other hand if you bring an interesting problem
or discussion we may hang out until long after the nominal time
to end the meeting.

     Thanks for your attention

     Bobbie Sellers

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