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From: alte@rahul.net (Charles Liu)
Subject: SEMINAR: 9/14/94 - LINUX - A Complete PC UNIX (tm) Clone. By ILA
Message-ID: < ann-15996.779393914@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Mon, 12 Sep 1994 18:18:52 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

ILA (tm) International Linux Association (tm) Seminar:

Topic: Linux - a Complete  PC UNIX(tm) Clone, by Randy Hootman

Time: 6:00 - 10:00 pm, September 14, 1994 (Wednesday)

Location: 1330 S. Bascom Ave., Suite F, San Jose, CA 95128 (at Stokes 
Street, next to Dick's   Center)

Cost: Member $20; Non-member $25.

Audience:
	1.	Experienced Unix professionals like to see how to install 
	your own Unix system on your PC inexpensively and experience how 
	other Unix hackers world wide are enhancing the system on hourly bases.
	2. 	Computer professionals like to start learning Unix.
	3. 	Corporate MIS personnel like to explore this new open   
	system of open systems, to seek why PC Week is using Linux for 
	internal Internet and X-Window services.

Display/Sale:  Various current Linux CDs, Books, Linux Journal.

For more information: call ILA 408/369-9818 or Email alte@rahul.net.

Note: 

Same class will be offered again (please call); also watch for our 
future offer of advanced Linux related seminars such as networking.  
We are looking for experienced trainers.
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	Linux is a free Unix clone, can be purchased as low as $20 on
	CD-ROM Disc.  Linux gives stable full power of POSIX Unix
	including kernel, C/C++, X-Window, NFS, TCP/IP, INTERNET and
	MOSAIC, along with editing and system administration programs.
	Linux was selected as the product of the week by PC Week April
	11, 1994, and used internally for PC Week's WWW, FTP, and X
	Window host server.  Over 70 people have attended this seminar
	during last two months, resulting in saving learning curve and
	time to bring Linux to live.

Seminar content (with live demonstration):

   I. Brief History of Linux
  II. System Features 	
 III. Software Features
  IV. Installation
   V. Setting up X-Windows
  VI. Obtaining programs and compiling
 VII. System administration
VIII. Frequent asked questions and problems.


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Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
From: alte@rahul.net (Charles Liu)
Subject: LOCAL: International Linux Association Monthly Meeting, Seminar
Message-ID: < ann-21380.779984109@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Mon, 19 Sep 1994 14:15:26 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

ILA (tm) International Linux Association (tm) 

Contents:
	Section A: This month's meeting on 9/19
	Section B: Linux Seminar on 9/20	
	Section C: Future activities

Contact: 408-369-9818; alte@rahul.net

******** A ******* 	September's Monthly Meeting
	Time:	7 p.m. 9/19/94, Monday
	Place:	IHOP International House of Pancake, 5403 Stevens Creek 
		Blvd., Santa Clara (near Lawrence Expressway, I-280)
	Topic:	Support Issues of Linux
	Speaker:  Randy Hootman
	Cost:	You pay what you eat to IHOP, plus admission charge:

		Non-Member $5
		Member Free

	Also in the meeting: yourself introduction, Linux CD/Book display/sales.

Randy Hootman is a software consultant, has been using Linux over one 
year. He has been giving Linux seminars for ILA for the last two months 
for 80+ people and won reputation as an excellent Linux trainer.

******* B *******      Linux Seminar on 9/20

Topic: Linux - a Complete  PC UNIX(tm) Clone, by Randy Hootman

Time: 6:00 - 10:00 pm, September 20, 1994 (Tuesday)

Location: 1330 S. Bascom Ave., Suite F, San Jose, CA 95128 (at Stokes Street, 
next to Dick's   Center)

Cost: Member $20; Non-member $25.

Audience:
	1.	Experienced Unix professionals like to see how to install your 
own Unix system on your PC inexpensively and experience how other Unix hackers 
world wide are enhancing the system on hourly bases.
	2. 	Computer professionals like to start learning Unix.
	3. 	Corporate MIS personnel like to explore this new open   
system of open systems, to seek why PC Week is using Linux for internal Internet 
and W-Window services.

Display/Sale:  Various current Linux CDs, Books, Linux Journal.

Note: 

Same class will be offered again (please call); also watch for our 
future offer of advanced Linux related seminars such as networking.  

	----------------

	Linux is a free Unix clone, can be purchased as low as $20 on CD-ROM Disc.  
	Linux gives stable full power of POSIX Unix including kernel, C/C++, X-Window, 
	NFS, TCP/IP, INTERNET and MOSAIC, along with editing and system administration 
	programs.
	Linux was selected as the product of the week by PC Week April 11, 1994, 
	and used internally for PC Week's WWW, FTP, and X Window host server. 
	Over 70 people have attended this seminar during last two months, resulting 
	in saving learning curve and time to bring Linux to live.

Seminar content (with live demonstration):

   I. Brief History of Linux
  II. System Features 	
 III. Software Features
  IV. Installation
   V. Setting up X-Windows
  VI. Obtaining programs and compiling
 VII. System administration
VIII. Frequent asked questions and problems.

******* C ******      Future Activities  TBA and TBC(onfirmed)

	1) A monthly meeting (meet Patrick Volkerding, Creator of Slacker)
	2) A morning of panel discussion/session
	3) A formation of Linux User Special Interest Group (Chairman wanted)
	4) More seminars


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Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
From: alte@rahul.net (Charles Liu)
Subject: Seminar: LINUX - A Complete PC UNIX Clone, 9/27, by ILA
Message-ID: 
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 1994 14:19:46 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

ILA (tm) International Linux Association (tm) :


Contact: 408-369-9818; alte@rahul.net

*******       Linux Seminar on 9/27        **********

Topic: Linux - a Complete  PC UNIX(tm) Clone, by Randy Hootman

Time: 6:00 - 10:00 pm, September 27, 1994 (Tuesday)

Location: 2940 Scott Blvd., Santa Clara. (Near Central Expressway; if you 
	are from San Francisco on 101, make right turn on San Thomas, then left 
	turn on Scott) 

Cost: 	Member $20; Non-member $25.  (The fee may be increased from 
	10/94)

Audience:
	1.	Experienced Unix professionals like to see how to install your own 
Unix system on your PC inexpensively and experience how other Unix hackers world wide 
are enhancing the system on hourly bases.
	2. 	Computer professionals like to start learning Unix.
	3. 	Corporate MIS personnel like to explore this new open   system of 
open systems, to seek why PC Week is using Linux for internal Internet and W-Window 
services.

Display/Sale:  Various current Linux CDs, Books, Linux Journal.

Note: 

Same class will be offered again (Wednesdays in October, please call); also 
watch for our future offer of advanced Linux related seminars such as networking.  

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

	Linux is a free Unix clone, can be purchased as low as $20 on CD-ROM Disc.  
	Linux gives stable full power of POSIX Unix including kernel, C/C++, X-Window, 
	NFS, TCP/IP, INTERNET and MOSAIC, along with editing and system administration 
	programs.
	Linux was selected as the product of the week by PC Week April 11, 1994, and 
	used internally for PC Week's WWW, FTP, and X Window host server. 
	Over 80 people have attended this seminar during last two months, 
	resulting in saving learning curve and time to bring Linux to live.

Seminar content (with live demonstration):

   I. Brief History of Linux
  II. System Features 	
 III. Software Features
  IV. Installation
   V. Setting up X-Windows
  VI. Obtaining programs and compiling
 VII. System administration
VIII. Frequent asked questions and problems.




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From: Charles Liu < alte@rahul.net>
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce,ba.seminars,sbay.linux
Subject: LOCAL: ILA Interna. Linux Asso. 12/94 Meeting on 12/20, Santa Clara
Date: 18 Dec 1994 17:51:10 +0200
Organization: a2i network
Sender: wirzeniu@cc.Helsinki.FI
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Lars Wirzenius)
Message-ID: <3d1lpe$lts@kruuna.Helsinki.FI>
Keywords: local, ILA

	 ILA (tm) International Linux Association (tm) :

Contact: 408-369-9818; info@ila.org

		ANNOUNCEMENT:	December 1995 Monthly Meeting

Time:	 7 PM, December 20, 1995 (Tuesday)

Location:
	IHOP International House Of Pancake, 5403 Stevens Creek Blvd., 
	Santa Clara. (Near Lawrence Expressway and I-280, Phone: 408-996-3393)

Topic:	Using Multiple Card on Linux

Speaker:
	Ms. Doris Li, Sales and Marketing, Cyclades Corporation, Fremont 
	California

Outline:

	.  What is Multiport Card ?
	.  What do you typically use it for ?
	.  Different type of multiple cards in the market
		- Dumb Card vs RISC Based Card
	.  Cyclades' 8 and 16 port RISC based multiport card
		- 8/16 port
		- Features and Highlights
		- Operating System supported

Display/Sale:
	Comprehensive collection of current Linux CD-ROMs (e.g. 
	Slackware 2.1), Books (e.g. Linux Bible, Linux World Book 95) and Linux 
	Journal.

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Ms. Doris Li is the Sales & Marketing manager of Cyclades Corporation, 
which was incorporated in 1991 and specialized in the manufacturing of 
hardware of multiple card, terminal and X.25.

	Linux is a free Unix clone, can be purchased as low as $20 on CD-ROM 
	Disc.  Linux gives stable full power of POSIX Unix including kernel, 
	C/C++, X-Window, NFS, TCP/IP, INTERNET and MOSAIC, along with editing, 
	and system administration programs.
	Linux was selected as the product of the week by PC Week April 11, 
	1994, and used internally for PC Week's WWW, FTP, and X Window host 
	server. 

ILA International Linux Association was founded to assist bringing  
Linux to mainstream computing, and provide benefits to its members. 
Current activities include monthly meeting and Linux installation seminar 
(130 people trained).

	For more information: 408-369-9818 or info@ila.org
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