The Linux User Net meets every Monday at 8:10PM Pacific Time on the linked repeaters of the Amateur Radio Relay Group. Its purpose is to promote the use of Linux-based computers in Amateur Radio.
A collection of brief notes on how a Linux computer can be operated to serve a user's computing needs. Includes all manner of software and hardware. These are topics I cover during our weekly net sessions.
A series of short presentations on the Linux operating system I have made during the weekly Net sessions. The object is to help users understand how Linux works, and how to select and set up a Linux system to suit their needs. Intended for both newcomers and experienced users.
The Net operates on linked repeaters with the following frequencies: 147.040, 147.320, 442.325, 444.400, 444.125 MHz, all with a 100 Hz tone. ECHOLINK: K7RPT-L
The Linux User Net has a discussion group at groups.io. Come join the conversation.
If you have comments, questions, or other contributions to the Net, we'd like to hear them. You can send them to us through the Contact Page on KC7NYR's Web site.
During a session, controls may present topics for discussion.