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The purpose of the Linux Users Group at UCLA (LUG@UCLA) is to facilitate learning/advancement of computer science and to spread the word about Free Software. To accomplish this goal, the LUG@UCLA promotes the use of the open source GNU/Linux operating system by providing a support network for Linux users, creating a library of Linux-related materials, hosting technical tutorials, and more. There is absolutely no barrier to becoming a member of the LUG@UCLA, so the club might consist of students, non-students, inexperienced, and experienced alike. The LUG@UCLA has been a student group at UCLA for the last 17 years, during which time it has co-founded the Southern California Linux Exposition and
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The Linux Users Group (LUG) facilitates learning/advancement of computer science and Free Software by promoting the use of the open source GNU/Linux operating system and providing a support network for Linux users. There is no barrier to becoming a member, so the club might consist of students, non-students, inexperienced, and experienced alike. The LUG has been a student group at UCLA for over 17 years, during which time it has helped expose the free operating system to many new students.

Revision as of 11:35, 24 September 2013

The Linux Users Group (LUG) facilitates learning/advancement of computer science and Free Software by promoting the use of the open source GNU/Linux operating system and providing a support network for Linux users. There is no barrier to becoming a member, so the club might consist of students, non-students, inexperienced, and experienced alike. The LUG has been a student group at UCLA for over 17 years, during which time it has helped expose the free operating system to many new students.