December 2003 LUV meeting - MySQL; file permissions

Linux Users of Victoria Inc. Meeting


Tuesday, 2 December 2003

Presentations: 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Social meal: 5:30pm to 6:30pm (before meeting),
or 9:15pm onwards (after meeting)

Main presentation: MySQL

presented by Arjen Lentz

Arjen will give an update on MySQL news, followed by an extended open question & answer session. You can ask any MySQL related question!
Please think about what you would like to ask, so we can cover as many interesting topics as time will allow.

What's new in Linux

presented by Mike MacCana
What has happened in the Linux world in the last month.

Beginners Presentation: Introduction to file permissions

presented by Kim Oldfield

Kim Oldfield will talk about users, groups, and explain what those cryptic looking "-rw-rw-r--" permissions strings actually mean.


Telstra Auditorium

level 1, 242 Exhibition St, (on the corner of Lonsdale St.), Melbourne.

** late access

The front entrance is locked at 7pm.

Entry between 7 and 8pm can be obtained by entering through the door
located on Exhibition St between the Chemist and the Newsagents.

Access from the street is not available after 8pm.

LUV gratefully acknowledges the support of
IBM in providing the venue.

Linux Merchandise

LUV will also have a selection of Linux merchandise on sale, including
Linux Australia spotty Tux t-shirt, Tux plush penguins, Linux PC badges, three flavours of penguin mints, /dev/mug and vi jumbo mugs.


Before or after each meeting those who are interested are welcome to join other members eating at

Cafe on Bourke

50 Bourke St

Bookings have been made in the name of LUV.

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