We hope your finals go well!
This event will help you relax during exam week and serves as a farewell for PLUG’s graduating officers. Bring a coffee mug and, optionally, tea you’d like others to try. Tea and hot water will be provided.
GitHub will be visiting Purdue on April 22nd at 6pm in LWSN 1142.
The last Linux 201 session this week on Thursday, April 17th has been cancelled because the presenter has an exam at that time. Linux 101 sessions will continue next semester.
The Open Source LAN is this Friday at 7pm in LWSN B134. Bring your laptop or desktop. It doesn’t matter if you’re running Windows, Linux, or Mac. We will be playing open source games like Alien Arena, 0AD (if it works), Armagetron, Nethack, WarSow, Super Tux Kart, and more! Please install these games in advance. If you need help, stop by the PLUG office (LWSN B128) at 6pm and we’ll try to help you get them up and running.
The next Linux 201 is this Thursday (April 3rd) at 7pm in LWSN B158. The session will expand upon the basics covered in Regex 1 and talk about more advanced topics which will allow you to construct even more powerful expressions.
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The next session of Linux 201 will be about GNU Screen. The session will be this Thursday March 6 at 7pm in LWSN B158.
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The MATH Supercomputer tour this semester is coming up on Wednesday, March 5th. Come see some of the fastest supercomputers in the world! Conte was listed 33 on the top 500 list last November. Please show up before 6:30pm under the MATH building and indicate your intention to come on the form below so that we can get a good idea of how many people will be coming (you can still come if you don’t fill it out).
Feel free to come join us for a mini Tech Talk coming up on Saturday, February 15th from 2pm-4pm in Lilly 1105. Students will come up to talk on a variety of topics. Afterwards, we’ll go somewhere to get something to eat (we’ll decide as a group after the talk). The Tech talks will be limited to about 15min each. We currently have four people scheduled to talk. Please see the flier for details on the topics.
The first session of Linux 201 is coming up on Thursday at 7:00pm in LWSN B158. The session will be an introduction to using Wine. It will discuss the caveats of getting certain Windows programs to run in Linux.
There will be a Spring callout this year. Come find out what the Purdue Linux Users Group is about.