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SVLUG meetings are first Wednesdays of each month at 7PM-9PM!

Next Meeting

May 4th, 2016 Symantec, Mountain View Paul Scott
Matrix Information Service
Topic: Researching Solutions to Linux Problems

Sooner or later, something will break. You'll try to do something that should be simple, but turns out otherwise. Maybe you just want to try something with your system you've never done before. Or the friend who just installed Xubuntu at your urging yells for help with a problem that you didn't even know was possible. This talk will discuss where to look when things go wrong in Linux.

Learn effective search strategies, online troubleshooting resources, and how to evaluate your search results to find the best information quickly. Impress your friends. Impress yourself. Impress your boss. Become a Linux guru with the power of the Internet.
MORE ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Paul Scott is a consultant specializing in technical writing and business information research. From his secret lair in Mountain View, he rides the ranges of Silicon Valley, helping clients find the information they need and manage the information they have.




Future Meetings

Earlier meetings and more details are available on our previous meetings page.
Possible future meetings, yet to be scheduled, are listed on our TBA page.

Note to presenters: At present, we have no Internet connection in our meeting room, so please plan accordingly. If you will be giving a presentation using a Mac, please bring your own Mac > VGA adapter. Symantec does not provide these, and this is the one accessory Mac users forget to bring.

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