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  • 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 […]

  • Next Virtual meeting 3/1/21

    The next virtual meeting will be on Monday 01 March 2021 at 7PM Meeting link subject to change : https://meet.google.com/ira-qtqm-nne

  • 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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