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From: spritcha@nyx10.cs.du.edu (Steven Pritchard)
Subject: LOCAL: Linux Users Group in S. Illinois
Message-ID: < ann-16702.779472095@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Tue, 13 Sep 1994 16:01:57 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

There will be an informational meeting for a new Linux Users Group in 
Carbondale, IL at Three Course Computers (828 E. Main Street) on Monday, 
Sept. 19 at 6 pm.  We will be discussing the content of the regular 
meetings and when those meetings will be (presently, they will be the 
first an third Mondays of the next couple of months).

We need as many people as possible to show up to discuss what everyone 
wants.  The meetings will be free, so you've got nothing to lose and a 
lot to gain!  Everyone is welcome!

For more information, contact me at one of the addresses below, or call 
Three Course Computers at 618-529-5444.

I look forward to seeing you there!

Steve
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Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
From: spritcha@nyx10.cs.du.edu (Steven Pritchard)
Subject: LOCAL: Next meeting of the S. Ill. Linux Users Group
Message-ID: < ann-22922.783988314@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 1994 22:32:13 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

The next scheduled meeting of the Southern Illinois Linux Users Group is
Monday, November 7 at 6 pm.  (See below for information on location & who
to contact.)

We're really hoping to see some new faces at the next meeting.  If you've
been thinking about attending one of our meetings, now's the time to do
it!  Life's getting interesting for us Southern Illinois Linux users...

It's been 3 weeks since the last meeting, so we've got a lot to cover.
Items on the agenda for the next meeting include the following:

*  Reviewing the Kernel-Compiling-HOWTO
*  Checking out the latest Linux Journal (since mine *finally* arrived :)
*  Checking out the latest InfoMagic CDs (for those who haven't already)
*  Hopefully, checking out one of the Red Hat Software Linux CDs (if it
   shows up)
*  A pppd review & update of my ppp scripts (thanks to Chad)
   (Hey, maybe we can even get Rich to share his secrets with us! ;)
*  Checking out my new hardware!
*  A discussion of SIU's latest antics

And most importantly:

*  Discussing our new virtual home at John A. Logan College (and
   *perhaps* our new physical home)

Depending on how many new users there are & how much interest there is,
we will also cover some basic setup & administration.  Show up and we'll
discuss whatever you want.

We're at the usual location:

Three Course Computers
828 E Main St
Carbondale IL  62901

For more information, email me at spritcha@nyx10.cs.du.edu, check out
http://nyx10.cs.du.edu:8001/~spritcha/silug.html, or either call Three
Course Computers at (618) 529-5444 or call me at home, (618) 549-8579.

See you there!

Steve
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spritcha@nyx10.cs.du.edu  | Southern Illinois Linux Users Group
(618)549-8579             | Meetings the 1st and 3rd Mondays of every month.
Steven Pritchard          | http://nyx10.cs.du.edu:8001/~spritcha/home.html



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