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From: vernard@cc.gatech.edu (Vernard C. Martin)
Subject: LOCAL: Meeting for Linux Enthusiasts in Atlanta
Message-ID: < ann-26066.781969668@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Wed, 12 Oct 1994 13:48:06 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

You are all cordially invited to come and join the first meeting of the
unofficial Georgia Tech Linux Enthusiast Organization on Wednesday October 
12th at 5pm at the Georgia Tech College of Computing in Room 201. All 
students, faculty, staff, and others are welcome to attend.

The meeting will last from 5pm to 7pm with a guru session afterwards that
will start at 7:10pm and last until 8pm. 

Several topics will be covered. Hopefully, handouts will be available as
well so that interesting information can be taken home in hard-copy.

Things of interest that are sure to be mentioned are:
What is Linux?
How to install Linux (slackware 2.0 distribution)
What the "term" package is on how to use it.
How to make machines with network connections secure.
How to use Linux with other operating systems.

Hope to see you there.

Vernard Martin
-- 
Vernard Martin (vernard@cc.gatech.edu)  Ga Tech College of Computing
Student at Large, High Performance Parallel Computation and Experimentation Lab
Atlanta, GA 30332-0280 Phone (404) 853-9390 "Live large and prosper." - MC Spock
WWW home page-->  http://www.cc.gatech.edu/grads/m/Vernard.Martin/V.html

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From: charmr@cc.gatech.edu (Carlton A. Riddick)
Subject: LOCAL: Atlanta University Center Linux Users Group Mtg.
Message-ID: < ann-9019.783015468@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 1994 16:18:25 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

			ANNOUNCING THE

		    ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
         
                	  OF THE

		   AUC LINUX USERS GROUP!!!!

		   Thursday, October 20, 1994
		   Room 103, Brawley Hall
		   Morehouse College

		for more info:  martin@etta.auc.edu

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_________________________________________________________________________
"I can do all things through Christ which strentgthen me" Phillipians 4:13 
			________________________

Carlton A. Riddick, Grad Student
Department of Computer and Information Sciences 
Clark-Atlanta University
Atlanta, GA 30314
email: cr1@clement.cau.auc.edu  

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Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
From: gregh@cc.gatech.edu (Greg Hankins)
Subject: LOCAL: November Meeting of The Atlanta UNIX Users Group
Message-ID: < ann-18076.783617347@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Mon, 31 Oct 1994 15:29:21 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

From: lindsay%dscatl.UUCP@mathcs.emory.edu (Lindsay Cleveland)

Topic:    LINUX: UNIX Unchained!

Speaker:  Mark Horton
          Mork Horton and Assoc.
          Atlanta, GA

Location: White Hall
          Emory University

Date:     Monday, November 7, 1994
Time:     7:30pm


  Our speaker will tell us about the LINUX version of the UNIX
  Operating System.  He will give a brief history of LINUX, and an
  overview of the system.  Afterward will be a question and answer
  session which will include commentary from LINUX users.

  CD's containing the LINUX system will be available for sale
  ($20).  Free "LINUX Journals" will also be available.
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Prior to the meeting, there will be an informal, non-structured
"guru" session open to anyone wishing to attend.  This will start
around 6:45pm in the meeting room, and we will have one or more
gurus available to discuss whatever topics/problems/questions the
attendees care to bring up.
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The cost of this month's mailing of meeting notices has been paid
for by Our Corporate Sponsors.  Their thoughtfulness and generosity
is greatly appreciated.
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It is with great pride that we recognize our Corporate Sponsors.
Being aware of the contributions made by the AUUG membership to the
UNIX community, these firms, both large and small, have made a
commitment to provide financial assistance for defraying the
operating expenses of AUUG.  We are both pleased and grateful for
their sponsorship, and hope that they will continue to support AUUG
in the days to come.
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      Subsequent Meeting:  Monday, December 5 1994;  7:30 pm
-------------------------------------------------------------------
For those who need some sustenance before the meeting, you will
find kindred AUUG spirits at "Everybody's Restaurant" near White
Hall.  Drop in any time after 5:30pm to sit around and chew the fat
(and pepperoni).  This is a chance for folks to get together and
exchange rumors, ideas, assistance, etc.
-------------------------------------------------------------------

                        --- PLEASE POST ---

 Corporate Sponsors:
    Hewlett-Packard Co.
    International Business Machines (IBM)
    Melita International
    Fourth Generation Software Solutions
    Data General Corporation


Lindsay Cleveland   (auug@dscatl.atl.ga.us)       404-497-1902



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From: zundel@lennon.cc.gatech.edu (Eric Zundel Ayers)
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
Subject: LOCAL: Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts
Date: 3 Dec 1994 12:39:57 +0200
Organization: Georgia Institute of Technology
Sender: wirzeniu@cc.Helsinki.FI
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Lars Wirzenius)
Message-ID: <3bphtt$gfg@kruuna.Helsinki.FI>
Keywords: local, Atlanta, user's group

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      A Linux Users Group is forming in Atlanta!
   
  Come and help the Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts get off
 the ground!  An organizational meeting will be held on:

             Thursday the  15th of December  
                       7:00 PM
           Georgia Tech College of Computing
                     Room 101
  
   We will be discussing the organization of the group
  brainstorming for ideas on meeting topics, and begin
   delving out administrative tasks.  Everyone with an
        interest in Linux is welcome to attend.

   If you plan on coming, please RSVP to either myself
(zundel@cc.gatech.edu) or Greg Hankins (gregh@cc.gatech.edu)

  To subscribe to the ALE mailing list, send e-mail
      to majordomo@cc.gatech.edu with the line
        subscribe ale < your e-mail address>
             in the body of the message.

                We'll see you there!


    Directions to the Georgia Tech College of Computing:

  URL:http://www.cc.gatech.edu/external.affairs/directions.html

Here's the gist of it:

If you are driving from the airport:

 1. Take I-85 North to Exit #101 (10th Street/14th Street/Ga Tech).
 2. Take a left onto 10th Street at the light at the end of the ramp.
 3. Go straight through 1 traffic light.
 4. Take a left onto Fowler Street at the next light, immediately after the
      basketball arena. (Big dome shaped building)
 5. Take a right onto Ferst Street, at the first light.
 6. Take a left onto Plum Street, at the first stop sign.
 7. The College of Computing is the second building on your right.
 8. Park behind the building in the small lot immediately behind the College 
     of Computing, or along the street behind the building.
 9. Continue walking down Plum street until you come to a set of stairs on the
    right between two buildings, walk up the stairs to the front door of the
    College of Computing.
 10. Room 101 is the first door through the hallway on the left. 

 Covered Walkway        Front Door
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       ----+  \|/      \|/+--------------   +---------+ |       |
       MiRC| ----------- /               |  |         | |       |
           | -----------|   College of   |  | Biology | |       |
           |       ==   |   Computing    |  |         | |       |
           |       ==   |                |  |         | |       |
           |       ==   +----------------+  +---------+ |       |
           |      |  |              ^--- Loading Dock   | Ferst |
           |      |  |         +------+                 |  St.  |
   --------+      |  |         |      |                 |       |
                  |  |         +--  --+                 |       |
           ----------------------|  |-------------------+       +----
                     Plum Street
           ---------------------------------------------+       +----
                                                        |       |
                                                        |       |
                                                           To
                                                         Fowler
                                                           St.
                                                            |
                                                           \|/





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