[OxLUG Announce] Linux on Laptops **Trinity College** Sun 5th Dec, 6.30pm

Alasdair G Kergon oxlug@lists.compsoc.net
Wed, 1 Dec 1999 23:43:27 +0000 (GMT)

Next Sunday, Keith Matthews will lead our session.  

The topic will be 'Linux on Laptops' - so do bring along your laptop or
simply come along and have a look at what other people have managed to do
with theirs!

** Please note the venue: Trinity College, Oxford ** 

The entrance is on Broad Street, opposite the end of Turl Street, to the
left of Blackwell's Travel Shop, and through a small door immediately to
the right of the large gates.  There is no free parking provided at this
venue, unfortunately.

oxlug.org email addresses are available to active OxLUG members:
see http://www.oxlug.org/members.html

Another event

On 13/14 December the UK UNIX User Group is running a conference in
Cambridge on technical, legal and practical aspects of Internet

Speakers include:
  Alec Muffett (the author of crack) talking about a new security auditing
tool (Bruce) and the way it makes use of Java - securely;
  Phil Hazel (author of exim - www.exim.org - and PCRE) on how writing
free software changed his life;
  Martin Poole on how he put together his Secure Server Distribution;
  Andrew Findlay on Secure Single Sign-on;
  Richard Francis on the legal issues surrounding spam;
  Eddie Bleasdale on how to market Linux & Open Source: www.netproject.com
  Stuart McRobert about migrating to Gigabit ethernet.

More details at http://www.ukuug.org/events/winter99/
There are a limited number of cheaper places for students.
Details/booking from office@ukuug.org