June PLUG meeting

For those of you around during summer, plug is having a meeting about git Tuesday June 20th at 7:00 in the UVU Business Resource Center. There will be pizza. https://www.meetup.com/UtahOpenSource/events/240240729/

BYU Domains

Come learn the basics of setting up and hosting your own BYU domain and remote access (SFTP and SSH) from Roger Brown! To prepare for the presentation, we recommend you sign up via Get Started at https://domains.byu.edu/ Also, TEKsystems will be there, so if you’re looking for an internship or Read More

Computers for Refugees

We are getting Linux installed on computers so they can be given to the Syrian refugees. We have a car pool that will be gathering by the panda in the tmcb at 9:30, or you can just meet us there at the brc. If you come late, you may have Read More

IRC Meeting

IRC is the medium of choice when it comes to talking to the developers of open source projects (as well as many other communities). We will also talk about some cool tools to work with IRC, such as znc, irccloud, and all of the tricks of how to get them Read More

Python Workshop

Come get a primer on Python! We will be going through all the basic tools and modules that every python programmer should know! Thursday March 9th 7:00 in 111 TMCB

Cyber Security Workshop

The BYU Linux Club will be having a workshop on cybersecurity tools tomorrow at 7 PM in 111 TMCB. https://www.facebook.com/events/1506928229337339/

Desktops for Refugees

If you want more practice with Linux, then meet with us at the UVU BRC next Saturday to install Linux on desktops for refugees. This is part of a larger project called “theGlobalGood.io” which appeared in the news recently http://kutv.com/news/local/refugees-prepare-for-future-with-degrees-in-computer-coding 815 W 1250 S, Orem, UT 84058-5986, United States 12:00 Read More

Learning Git

Learn the use cases of the Git source code version control application. We will discuss how you can commit, revert, and branch your code so that you can protect your code. Discussion will also focus on how Git is used in the community as a distribution system and collaboration tool. Read More

Beginners Guide to Linux

The first meeting of the semester will be this Thursday, Sept 15th in room 111 TMCB at 7:00 There will be pizza provided by Utah Open Source Come learn about basic Linux topics including: How to install software Different way to install software Difference between Windows, Mac and Linux Linux Read More

Install Fest

The Linux club will be having their installfest September 8th in the commons area in the TMCB by the panda statue from 10am to 5pm. We will be helping anyone install Linux on their machine (We will be focusing on doing so in a virtual machine using Virtualbox). We can Read More