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From: rph@netcom.com (Randy Hootman)
Subject: LOCAL: Linux Seminar in San Jose, CA
Message-ID: < ann-8811.778873525@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Tue, 6 Sep 1994 17:45:51 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

[ Article crossposted from comp.os.linux.help ]
[ Author was Randy Hootman ]
[ Posted on Sun, 4 Sep 1994 18:54:31 GMT ]

For all you people in the Bay Area. There will be (and has been) a Linux 
seminar each Wednesday from 6 to 10 P.M. at 1330 S. Bascom Ave. Suite F, 
in San Jose, CA. The topics to be covered are (time permitting):


Introduction to Linux
General Info
Linux Resources
Installation
Setting Up XWindows
Obtaining programs and compiling
Simple systems administration
Frequently Asked Questions and Problems

Call (408) 369-9818 for more information.

BTW, I am the lecturer.

d8-)
Randy
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