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Tuesday June 04, 2013
Start: Jun 4 2013 19:00
End: Jun 4 2013 21:00

* Malcolm Herbert, Introduction to GNU Screen

Malcolm has been hacking and playing with a range of Unix systems of different flavours since 1991 in a variety of environments. Over time he's encountered tools that manage to get the job done with a minimum of fuss and have incorporated these into the set that he use on a daily basis; screen is one such tool and is sometimes referred to as the Swiss Army chainsaw of the Unix world.

Saturday June 15, 2013
Start: Jun 15 2013 12:30
End: Jun 15 2013 16:30

Presenter: Wen Lin

This talk will focus on backing up of data for your personal computer, using a variety of free and open source backup software.

The backup software I will be introducing a bit more will be:
- Back In Time
- command line rsync
- Clonezilla

All Welcome and bring a friend too!

Tuesday July 02, 2013
Start: Jul 2 2013 19:00
End: Jul 2 2013 21:00

Alec Clews, Recent developments with Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized single-board computer developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in schools.

Alec Clews is called alecthegeek on various social web site. He drinks lots of espresso and works as freelance consultant on software process and application lifecycle management. He first used Linux probably at patch 0.99p, founded the Greater London Linux User Group and organised the UK's 1st Linux conference.

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