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  • Next Virtual meeting 1/3/22

    The next virtual meeting will be on Monday 3 January 2021 at 7PM Meeting link subject to change : see lug list archive Greetings… Happy New year. Thanks for supporting your local LUG. The next LUG meeting will be virtual at 7PM on Monday Jan 3,2022. We will be using Jutsi which is free to […]

  • About us

    The Annapolis Linux Users group is a not-for-profit organization that provides support and/or education for Linux users, particularly for inexperienced users. We have a list serve. We also use meetup.com as a means to disseminate our meeting info. As of March 2020, we have been meeting virtual. We use Google Meet as a means to […]

  • Free Linux Training

    Cisco has some free Linux Training in Linux Essentials. Before you make the investment in a LPIC certification, this one would be a good place to invest your time. Thank you Cisco for providing this high quality free training. Note, I am not an affiliate of this site, but I highly recommend their Linux Essentials […]

  • Oct 3 2016 – Bash Talk past

    Speaker: Dr. Carl Albing Subject: Bash $x=’ls’ $x=$(ls) echo $x printf “….%s..%05d\n” loops while read aline do . . . done echo $? to see if things were successful $? — get results cd /tmp/mytmp || exit -2 rm $filename cp /tmp/mytmp || {echo “error: can not cd”; exit } rm $filename cd /tmp/mytmp && […]

  • Sept 12 Monday meeting 7pm

    Matt Ward from Red Hat gave a presentation on containers The slides for the presentation can be found here: https://redhat.slides.com/mward-1/deck-4/live#/64 For additional reading he referred user to these sites: Systemd vs Docker https://lwn.net/Articles/676831 May the Fork Be with You. A short History of open source Forks. https://thenewstack.io/may-fork-short-history-open-source-forks/ Container Format Dispute on the Twitter Shows Disparities […]

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