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Linux Users' Group of Rhode Island
Hey! We are back at the Whole Foods on North Main Street, Providence.
Starting with our next meeting,:June 14th 2014 @ 11AM, we will be back to school at 949 Dexter Street, Central Falls, RI.
The entrance for us will be from School St. across from Georgia's restaurant (some of the best blueberry pancakes in RI)
Check out the articles section on the left. We just added the slides for Mercurial and the Git slides should be uploaded soon.
The NEIT East Greenwich location just didn't work out so well for us. However, the folks at FreeGeek Providence have generously offered to let us meet at their new space on Federal Hill in Providence.
Holy Ghost School
35 Swiss St
Providence, RI 02909
Updated: We are now in Central falls.
As many of you may already know, NEIT has moved their main campus to East Greenwich, RI. the school recently indicated that they will not longer leave the old CIT building open past noon on Saturdays, and has instead allocated a new space for us in their new campus.
1408 Division Road
East Greenwich, RI 02818
North Wing (on right from front door)
Updated: We are now in Central Falls.
The Debian LAMP Install presentation is now part of our Articles. This is in the form a presentation plus video attachment. Enjoy.
the slides from Adam's informative very presentation about OpenVPN have been posted to the articles page.
Be sure to check it out if you missed this month's meeting!
Be sure to look at the "Articles" section of the site for Alozie's slides.
And thanks again to Alozie for his informative talk!
We are still around and active on our Google groups. Meetings are still taking place at NEIT, although their building may be sold soon. If you are aware of new places we can meet feel free to stir up some discussion on our Google group.
Also feel free to check out the new article about Port Knocking with iptables. I will be updating that page with further explainations soon, but the example should work out of the box.
I have posted the slides, Rolling your own live disk, from our December 2010 meeting. Enjoy
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