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The Siouxland Linux Users Group was formed to introduce new ideas, information, and to answer questions that others may have about GNU/Linux. GNU/Linux is free software available to you no matter what "computer level" you are on. Plus, its all Open Source. The meetings are free for all to join, from the newbies to the typical computer geek.
RUNLIX DEVELOPMENT - RUNLIX is a Linux distribution
Grupul local de entuziasti Gnu/Linux si Open Source
Linux User Group of Angel College of Engineering and Technology, Tiruppur
Hi,everyone,welcome to this mailing list which is create to discuss Linux kernel.The main topic is around the Linux kernel 0.12 and 0.11.Besides,you can ask any questions about Linux.I hope we can learn a lot from each other.Thanks.
The purpose of this list is to enable the developers of SislandServer to communicate to its users all news about the software. SislandServer is being used in aprox. 20 countries to set up a Linux server (router) with advanced access and bandwidth control along with other functions like automated firewall, port redirection, public ip redirection, self-configured proxy cache, DNS server and cache and much more.
Terni Linux User Group
Linux User Group for StAndrews (Scotland) Support for Linux (possibly including Network Security)
A List for Linux users of Minas Gerais State, Brazil. UFU is the abbreviation of Uberlāndia Federal University. Uberlāndia is a city of Minas Gerais.
A list for the members of the Kongsberg Linux User Group (KongsbergLUG) to discuss and help each other with Linux-related questions and subjects.
Mailing list of Khmelnitsky Linux User Group
For discussions of matters concerning Linux, FreeBSD and other *nix systems.
We want to develope a system to let italian lug share their gasgets; we want to produce a sort of wiki/ecommerce portal
This newsletter will contain all the latest news relating to Linux which will be compiled from various sources to help you stay abreast with all the latest happening in the Tux World. Through this newsletter people who usually have very less time in hand and cannot go through the various magazines and forums can keep themself updated through this fortnightly newsletter.
List for Latech Linux Users Group