UCLA Linux User Group. Free as in Freedom.

About

Posted at — Oct 3, 2022

Linux Users Group at UCLA (LUG@UCLA) goal is to promote computer users freedom with Linux and other Free/Open Source software.

Activities

  1. Linux installfests: on the 2nd Friday of every quarter.
  2. Linux Help & Advice: in office hours and Discord.
  3. Tech Talks.
  4. Edit-a-thons: Bi-quarterly group editing events aimed to contribute to free knowledge on Wikipedia, and other Linux Wikis.
  5. Mirrors: to give students quick access to Linux Distros and Software.

Visit us

Join our Discord server

If you want help installing Linux or just want to eat and hang out, come to installfest! The LUG Lounge, at Boelter Hall 2763, is a meeting/study/hangout place for the group and facilitates a lot its activities. Feel free to stop by and meet other Linux users (as well as people in ACM and UPE)!

There is a makerspace on the floor below us, where you can go and 3D print things (as well as lasercut them).

There is also a trash heap outside the first floor (next to the Engineering IV building), where you can sometimes find old monitors/computers and old networking equipment.