UbuntuForTheVillage

This is the project page for an introductory session taking place Monday, Feb 22nd from 7 PM - 9 PM at the UC Berkeley University Village residential computer lab located at 1101 Jackson St, Albany, CA. The goal is to help the international family residents install and use Linux on their home computers. A follow up session will be held Monday, March 1st.

We will give a presentation for 30-45 minutes followed by an installfest where residents are invited to bring their laptops and install Linux with the assistance of user group volunteers from the Berkeley Linux User's Group, BerkeleyLUG.

Red Hat Video, Truth Happens

http://www.berkeleylug.com

Wikipedia, OS

http://distrowatch.com

Wikipedia, Ubuntu

Ubuntu Forums

https://launchpad.net/

The OpenDisc - Quality Open Source Software DVD for Windows

Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society's Open Source Software CD for Windows

The Codebreakers 2006 BBC broadcast

Did You Know? youtube videos including v.2 and v.4

Ubuntu Version Timeline with code names

Creative Commons Video, Mayer & Bettle

Feature list of Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala Technical Overview

To run DVDs, flash and other media install ubuntu-restricted-extras

Linux in Higher Education, LJ article from 2000

Ubuntu Versions by Alan Pope

youtube, IBM ad, Prodigy

youtube, Linux Foundation most viewed, Freedom

Red Hat Video, Licensing exlained

http://wireless.kernel.org/

youtube, Mark Shuttleworth interview

Ubuntu Developer Summit videos

Smart Questions - Hacker perspective on asking questions

BSidesSanFrancisco Security Event - Cool Downtown SF event Tuesday and Wednesday, March 2nd-3rd, 2010

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