Perhaps, following on our May 18th meeting where we saw details about using the Bash shell in Windows 10 presented by Jim Scheef, we will continue our discussions on that promising use of Bash. For our June 15th meeting, no other topics are scheduled yet though we are always open to topics that attendees raise. Some of our best, new demos and discussions come from our attendees. A good question can often lead to very productive answers.
I’ll bring DVD-R’s and USB flash drives for anyone wishing to fully install the latest Ubuntu-16.04-desktop-i386.iso (the 32-bit version) or Ubuntu-16.04-desktop-amd64.iso (the 64-bit version) on their laptop during the meeting. If you have your own USB flash drive with at least 2GB, I can use Unetbootin on my laptop to make you a copy of either version–that takes about 5-10 minutes. (I always have prepared USB flash drives of recent Ubuntu versions with me at our monthly meetings.)
We invite attendees with expertise levels in the Linux, Windows or Apple environments from beginner through advanced. Our discussions focus on Linux-related software, hardware, network, security, privacy and loads of other issues. So bring your computer laptop, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, or other project board and join the fun. Generally our sessions last two hours starting at 7:30 pm in the DACS Resource Center at Ives Manor.
Note: there are no workshops scheduled in July and August, but our we will meet on September 21st.