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'''Linux Resources for you at the space'''
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==Weekly Events==
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If you are unsure of whether a class is meeting be sure to check the Noisebridge Announce and Discuss Lists.
  
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==Tuesdays==
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[https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Linux_System_Administration_Study_Group System Administrator Study Group]
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==Class and related MeetUp Listings==
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* Linux Discussion
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* 101 Intro Class: No question is too stupid!
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* System Administrator Study Group
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===Unix/Linux Study===
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File Permissions
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Introducing the latest completely unnecessary, but excellent addition to the Linux Study Group.  A few of us, starting 2/22/2012, are exploring a specific topic as deeply as possible. Once those willingly put themselves through this torture reach a proper saturation point, we'll move onto something else.  We're starting with something very basic, but endlessly frustrating: File Permissions.
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[https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/C_and_assembler_on_Linux C and the Assembler on Linux]
Just hearing those words might have you grinding your teeth.  Good.  Get studying!
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==Wednesdays==
 
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[https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/LinuxDiscussion Linux Discussion]
How can you make this actually productive?
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==Roaming==
 
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101 Intro Class: No experience expected! Firm Details to be announced.
1. Take your time.  There is no deadline for understanding.
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  Interested in teaching once a month for an hour? Perhaps this should be bi-monthly.
 
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2. Record your research; copy links and anything else to a txt file or e-mail.
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3.  Share your findings with others.  The easiest way to do is this by hosting your findings on your own server or a free wordpress account. I do not recommend posting directly to this wiki as someone could easily delete it.
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4.  Study books freely available in our library to practice or quiz yourself.
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Examples of what you should master (please expand this):
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User Group Other
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rwx..x..x
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Chown
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Chgrp
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711 vs. +x
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Revision as of 15:34, 26 May 2012

"Only as good as you make it"

Contents

Weekly Events

If you are unsure of whether a class is meeting be sure to check the Noisebridge Announce and Discuss Lists.

Tuesdays

System Administrator Study Group

C and the Assembler on Linux

Wednesdays

Linux Discussion

Roaming

101 Intro Class: No experience expected! Firm Details to be announced.

 Interested in teaching once a month for an hour?  Perhaps this should be bi-monthly.
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