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From: las@light-house.gts.org (laszlo herczeg)
Subject: LOCAL: First Meeting of the Toronto Linux Users Group
Message-ID: < ann-12394.777594469@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Mon, 22 Aug 1994 22:28:07 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

 The Toronto Linux Users Group will hold its inaugural meeting
 on Wednesday, August 31, at 7 P.M.  
 
 Location:  Meeting Room 2, 
            North York Public Library, 
            5120 Yonge Street
 
 How to get there:
 
            The library is located inside the North York City Centre,
            at 5120 Yonge Street, near Yonge & Sheppard.
            Take the Yonge subway northbound and get off at 
            "North York City Centre" stop. Follow the overhead signs
            at the subway entrance to the Library. 
            
            If you are driving: parking is available on the West
            side of the library, one block west of Yonge Street.           

 
 Be there! 
 

Cheers,
	Laszlo Herczeg
     *** Ask me about the Toronto Linux Users Group (TLUG)  ***


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Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
From: las@light-house.gts.org (Laszlo Herczeg)
Subject: Meeting LOCAL: of the Toronto Linux Users Group
Message-ID: < ann-3863.782586327@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 1994 17:05:51 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

 The next meeting of the Toronto Linux Users Group will be held
 at 7 pm in the "AV theatre" at 120 Carlton Street, Toronto, Ontario 
 on Wednesday, October 26, 1994. 
 
 Everyone is welcome to attend.
 
 The guest speaker will be Henry Spencer, co-author of Cnews,
 and his talk is entitled:
              			
              	Cnews -- how it works
 
 
 The agenda for the meeting:
 
 - announcements 
 - Cnews  --Henry Spencer  
 - questions to the speaker
 - general Q&A session 
 

 For those who are new to setting up and administering Cnews, I'd
 like to recommend that you read chapters 17 and 19 of the Linux
 Network Administrator's Guide (NAG), which is available by ftp
 on nic.funet.fi:/pub/OS/Linux/doc/doc-project/nag-1.0.ps.tar.gz.
 
 Be there! 
 
Cheers,
	Laszlo Herczeg
     *** Ask me about the Toronto Linux Users Group (TLUG)  ***


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From: las@light-house.gts.org (Laszlo Herczeg)
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
Subject: LOCAL: Meeting of the Toronto Linux Users Group
Date: 3 Dec 1994 13:01:51 +0200
Organization: ?
Sender: wirzeniu@cc.Helsinki.FI
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Lars Wirzenius)
Message-ID: <3bpj6v$huh@kruuna.Helsinki.FI>
Keywords: local, Toronto, user's group

 The next meeting of the Toronto Linux Users Group will be held
 at 7 pm, Wednesday, December 7, 1994, in Room 119, Galbraith Building,
 University of Toronto, 35 St. George Street, Toronto, Ontario.
      
 "Galbraith Building" is located near the intersection
 of College & St. George, on the University of Toronto
 campus. It is on the east side of St. George Street,
 just north of College Street.
 
 The guest speaker will be Avy Moise. The topic will be
 setting up an X-Server, and printer server using the 
 Linux software.

 
 Be there! 
 
Cheers,
	Laszlo Herczeg
     *** Ask me about the Toronto Linux Users Group (TLUG)  ***

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