Support, development, tips, general discussion, User Groups (UUG's, LUG's)
This is regarding having wireless connectivity on redhat linux with cisco aironet 340 series cards.
The list is for us comparing the difference between vim and Emacs, two common used editors among Linux community, which also have brought war between themselves: what's the best? The question is worth a damn while to figure out. We're here discussing it.
Linux Play 3pm onwards (every Saturday) at Oblong, in Left Bank, off Cuba Mall. A geek mutual aid session where we share practical knowledge about Linux and other free /libre / open source software. Computers, software, milk and cookies provided. BYO skills to share and problems to solve.
Una mailing list dedicata agli utenti del LUG Bassa Valsugana. La lista Ŕ aperta ai soci del LUG Bassa Valsugana ma anche alle persone della nostra zona. Lo scopo Ŕ quello di dare la possibilitÓ di discutere sulle tematiche relative a Linux e al software Opensource.
People in central Connecticut can talk about what they want CCOSS (www.ccoss.org) to be and can help each other with and talk about open-source/Linux ideas.
Open Source Software users group in the Umpqua Valley, Oregon
This mailing list should be used by the translators of Mandrakelinux in friulian language.
To document and provide accurate and detailed and specific information about the portage package management system, its differences compared to other systems, its benefits, its inherent problems and works in progress. To elaborate on the kernel setup for gentoo linux and necessary components described in detail to give the common user more information on the inner workings of the gentoo system. Provide information on optimization. For example the gcc compiler and its cflags (optimization flags) and how they can benefit the end user regard to speed and stability in a consistently readable format. Allow the user to find all documentation in on concise book rather than 50 or even more how-to's and eliminate the tedious task of searching around dejanews and many forums. Our end goal is to be comparativly as good and even better as the FreeBSD hand book, with intimate knowlege of gentoo, its features, its internal structure, future developments and speciality's regarding Gentoo. With the aid of gentoo developers this book should fill all posible fields of knowlege regarding the gentoo linux operating system and its unique portage technology. Currently we are in the process of developing the documentation on a level which is suitable for the newbie (freshling to linux) and the die hard advanced *nix user. The need for this list is a effort to coordinate, streamline and centralise the information flow in the developement documents. The need for centralised input within our small starting community is big and starting to grow out of manageble proportions seeing as we have editors ranging from all the continents of the world. Our documentation is based on the XML technology. The documentation will ultimately be "The Gentoo Bible".
Javapskmail testing list
List that discusses the creation and maintenance of the ArchLinux stable repository.
Announcements and low volume discussion relating to py-lmdb, a Python language wrapper for the LMDB database engine
This is is for TheSLinux developers and hackers
User Mailinglist of the (R)?ex Project
This list is for those in the greater Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area interested in seeking a Linux certification. The intent is to form an in-person study group to meet and learn the relevant body of knowledge.
Traditional Chinese GNU/Linux users in Taiwan