This raises the question of an 'installfest' or whatever. The last time I
offered the use of our premises there was no response at all. Maybe it is
time to revisit the idea. I've a load of questions that need answering, and
know that they'd be more easily solved in two minutes at an installfest
(where others might also hear the solutions) compared to the time taken
posting them to the ILUG group.
So, again, if the install party option is of interest, I may be able to
provide the premises, coffee, networked computers etc required.
As mentioned previously, the premises are in Park West off the Nangor Road.
----Original Message Follows----
From: Conor Mahood <ConorMah at clientlogic.com>
To: "'ilug at linux.ie'" <ilug at linux.ie>
Subject: [ILUG] new to linux
Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 10:29:51 -0400
i've just started using linux red hat, and i was wondering if you could tell
me anywhere i could take a course in linux? basic level would be best, as i
have some tech experience in windows, but none in linux.
thanks a bunch,
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