Welcome to South Mississippi Linux Users Group

SMLUG is a group of computer and technology enthusiasts that meets once a month to promote the free and open philosophy and to share ideas and knowledge. Linux is a free and open source operating system developed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL). The GNU General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change all versions of a program and to make sure it remains free software for all its users. If you have an interest in learning Linux as a career, or just for personal use, attend the next meeting to find out what the group has to offer.

What's happening at the meeting

There were 8 people in attendance at the February meeting. This months meeting will be held in the Orange Grove Library on old Hwy 49 due to the USM Library being closed for spring break.

During the February meeting Michael Rainey presented the use of kickstart files when creating automated installations for RHEL and its distributions.

For the March meeting Michael Rainey will be demo the setup of the Raspberry PI Cluster. If there is interest a future demo can be held on how to use the Raspberry PI cluster after setup.

SMLUG will be holding open discussions on Linux, free, and open source related topics. Member's are encouraged to share topics and projects, if possible a short hands-on demo would be informative and welcomed. Our meetings are free and open to public.