Jackson and Madison Linux User Group (JaM-LUG)

The Jackson and Madison County Tennessee Linux User Group (JaM-LUG) is being formed and will have its first meeting starting at 5:30 PM on Thursday the 8th of April 2010 in the Dining Hall at First Presbyterian Church in Jackson, Tennessee.

What is Linux?

See this URL for an answer: What is Linux at www.linux.org.

What is a Linux User Group?

See this URL for an answer: What is a GNU/Linux user group? at www.linux.org.

How do I get there?

This document contains directions: JaM-LUG Flyer (PDF Document)

The intention is to have regular, informal monthly meetings on the second Thursday of each month starting in April 2010. Our regrets to you poor Microsoft system administrators who will occasionally have to be recovering hosed Microsoft systems following Microsoft Patch Tuesday (2nd Tuesday of each month). We will miss you at the meetings. 🙂 Feel free to contact us at ERACC with other questions, comments or offers of assistance.

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Gene A.

Gene is a "Unix Guy", network technologist, system trouble-shooter and IT generalist with over 20 years experience in the SOHO and SMB markets. He is familiar with and conversant in eComStation (a.k.a. OS/2), DOS (PC, MS and Free), Unix, Linux and those GUI based systems from Microsoft. Gene is also a follower of Jesus (forgiven, not perfect), and this does inform his world view.

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