LOCAL: St. Louis Linux Users Group May Mtg

LOCAL: St. Louis Linux Users Group May Mtg

Post by Matthew Fel » Fri, 16 May 1997 04:00:00



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* Next meeting will be Thursday May 15, 7:00pm at the BRIDGETON
  TRAILS County Library ROOM #2 (See below for directions)

* This months presentation:  Linux As A Intra/Internet Web Server
                             by Matthew Feldt, Linux SIG Chair

* Door prizes from Caldera and the Linux Mall

PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION
========================
According to WebCrawler, 84% of HTTP servers are UNIX based and the
most popular HTTP server software is Apache.  A survey by Netcraft
indicates that Apache has been the most popular web server software
in the world for more than 12 months.

Over the past few years Linux (a free UNIX operating system protected
by the GNU public license that runs on Intel and RISC based machines)
has matured to rival commercial UNIX offerings.

Matthew Feldt, founder of the St. Louis Unix Users Group - Linux SIG,
will discuss the advantages of choosing Linux as a Intra/Internet Web
Server.  The presentation will describe the Linux operating system and
the feature set of the Apache Web Server.  A notebook computer running
Linux and Apache will be used in the presentation.

MEETING DIRECTIONS
==================
Bridgeton Trails Public Library
ROOM #2
3455 McKelvey Road
- - From 270:  
     Exit St. Charles Rock Road east,
     make right onto McKelvey Road,
     Library is on the right (west) hand side of McKelvey.

- - From Lindberg:
     Exit St. Charles Rock Road west,
     make left onto McKelvey Road,
     Library is on the right (west) hand side of McKelvey.

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1. LOCAL: St. Louis Linux Users Group Apr Mtg

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* Next meeting will be Thursday April 17, 7:00pm at the BRIDGETON
  TRAILS County Library ROOM #2 (See below for directions)

* This months presentation:  Linux Administration
                             by Matthew Feldt, Linux SIG Chair (or stool)

* More Linux Mall doorprizes...

PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION
========================
Now that your Linux machine is up and running, how do you perform
routine maintenance.  Matthew Feldt, Chair of the St. Louis Unix
Users Group - Linux SIG will describe Unix system administration
with an emphasis on Linux.

This presentation will cover: File system maintenance; backup
strategies; LILO; rebuilding the Linux kernel; RedHat's `rpm'; useful
Linux utilities; etc...

If your new to Linux, this presentation will introduce some essential
system administration concepts.

MEETING DIRECTIONS
==================
Bridgeton Trails Public Library
ROOM #2
3455 McKelvey Road
- - From 270:  
     Exit St. Charles Rock Road east,
     make right onto McKelvey Road,
     Library is on the right (west) hand side of McKelvey.

- - From Lindberg:
     Exit St. Charles Rock Road west,
     make left onto McKelvey Road,
     Library is on the right (west) hand side of McKelvey.

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# /etc/passwd : St. Louis Unix Users Group - Linux SIG
#


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