Location: Sierra Vista Public Library conference room
Date: Saturday, 24 August, 2019
Attendees: 12 (one new)
Upcoming CLUG Events:
- 29 August, Introduction to Linux Presentation, 1830-1930, Warrior Healing Center, room 19 (main conference room), 1838 Paseo San Luis, Sierra Vista -Tentative
- 07 September, Mini Installfest/Linux Workshop, 1000-1400, Warrior Healing Center, room 19 (main conference room), 1838 Paseo San Luis, Sierra Vista
- 12 September, Ubuntu Hour, 1800-1900, Schlotzsky’s Cafe, 3900 E. Fry Blvd., Sierra Vista
- 26 September, Why you should consider switching to a Linux operating system Presentation, 1830-1930, Warrior Healing Center, room 19 (main conference room), 1838 Paseo San Luis, Sierra Vista
- 28 September, CLUG Meeting, 1300-1530, SV Public Library conference room, 2600 E. Tacoma St., Sierra Vista
Recent Linux/FOSS News Items:
- Ubuntu 18.04.3 has been released.
- Linux Mint 19.2 has been released. Mint now has procedures to upgrade from 19 to 19.1 to 19.2. Before you had to do a fresh install to upgrade to the next release.
- All of our Linux Mint and Ubuntu install media has been updated and checked.
- Xfce desktop environment 4.14 has finally been released after only 4 years of development.
- After Installation Activities (Ubuntu) by Rex Bouwense
- Linux Mint 19.2 was installed on a computer for Larry Thomas.
- An install was scheduled for Charles Breaux but was not done because of a great amount of data (200GB plus) that was on the computer that was not backed up. He was given a USB thumb drive with Ubuntu on it and explicit instructions on how to install it after he has backed up his data.
- CLUG events has been submitted to the SV Herald/Review for the remainder of the year.
- Information was provided to the new attendees on CLUG activities, Ubuntu, and FOSS equivalent software.
- We retired to Vinney’s where we enjoyed some pizza and some additional Linux and FOSS topics of conversation as well as some topics that were not related.
- We were asked what CLUG stood for by an individual who thought it was a drinking association. He was put on the right track.