Linux and UNIX

Support, development, tips, general discussion, User Groups (UUG's, LUG's)

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Open talk about the Linux OS

This is an open to the public list to talk about the GNU/Linux OS. It aims on providing solutions to casual problems. The list native's language is European Portuguese but mails in English or French are understood.

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Neptune Mailinglist

Neptune Develop & User Mailinglist discussing news and updates for the Debian based distribution https://neptuneos.com

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LinuxLSC

Lista de correo de LinuxLSC - Grupo de Usuarios de GNU/Linux de La Serena & Coquimbo, Chile. http://www.linuxlsc.cl

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Linux 2.6 for Cirrus ep93xx devices

Discussion about the development of an unofficial Linux 2.6 port to the Cirrus ep93xx family of devices.

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Swathanthra Software Users Group Kollam

Swathanthra Software Hackers and Users of Kollam. We support Free Operating Systems like GNU/Linux, *BSD, OpenSolaris, GNU/Hurd, ReactOS... and Free Softwares like Open Office, Mozilla Firefox, OpenOffice... Wiki: http://fci.wikia.com/wiki/Kollam

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Linux Anyway

While primarily a Linux help list, I have a vision of something more than that. There may be many problems with lists on Yahoo, but I've grown increasingly tired of complaints that this thread is off-topic, or just posting instructions on netiquette, etc. I would like to see this list become free of petty differences & simply that of people communicating on a range of topics. This does not mean that one will not be moderated. Some subjects grow old, are pointless, or just too silly to consider. Linux touches upon far more subjects than just that of getting a distro installed, & subjects which are often considered OT on most Yahoo lists, would not necessarily be so here. So, newbie or guru; let's try building a mult-threaded list in which everyone knows how to use the delete key on threads they don't like, eh?

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Ubuntu Italian Newsletter

This lists is for the discussion and coordination of the work for the italian Ubuntu newsletter, an Italian Ubuntu community initiative.

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FSUGion mailing list

This list is for the members of Free Software Users Group Indian Origin Notwithstanding - FSUGion.

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[deepin-riscv64]

Exchange problems encountered during deepin-riscv64 adaptation and maintenance

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Avenir Web's Linux Discussion

Linux talk, help, news, etc.

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DeVry Linux Users Group Mailing List

A discussion mailing list for the DeVry Linux Users Group in Phoenix, AZ.

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Runit initialization system for Debian

This list is for discussion of `runit' initialization system in Debian and team-maintaining related packages.

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Mailing list for development of Leo Hypervisor.

Here we discuss development, testing and progress of Leo Hypervisor. Leo is a type 1 AARCH64 hypervisor for Raspberry Model 4B. Github Link: http://github.com/sikkiladho/leo

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Linux@Home

We wish to discuss the chance to use Linux at home as a user-friendly OS and to discuss configuration problems. The mailing list will be inserted in the Linux@Home (italian) site: www.linux-at-home.net.

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