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  • ...with 2 are upstairs. Maps USC Campus Map of the area around USC More Information: http://linux.usc.edu/events.php?eventid=35 -- Phil Dibowitz phil@^$4 Freeware and Technical Pages Insanity Palace of Metallica http://www.phildev.net/ http://www.ipom.com/ "Be who...
    Phil Dibowitz Feb 22, 2006
  • Topic: Kermit Speaker: Dallas Legan Date and Time: April 24, 2003, 8-10 pm Location: USC, THH 210 Cost: Free to members and general public Topics: Dallas will discuss the Kermit file transfer protocol and the C-Kermit scripting language. Dallas said, "You might summarize C-Kermit as a general 'telecommunications shell'. It is comparable to SQL or EMACS as a powerful, special...
    Phil Dibowitz Apr 23, 2003
  • Topic: Kermit Speaker: Dallas Legan Date and Time: April 24, 2003, 8-10 pm Location: USC, THH 210 Cost: Free to members and general public Topics: Dallas will discuss the Kermit file transfer protocol and the C-Kermit scripting language. Dallas said, "You might summarize C-Kermit as a general 'telecommunications shell'. It is comparable to SQL or EMACS as a powerful, special...
    Phil Dibowitz Apr 18, 2003
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  • ...Linux Users Group would like to thank the USC Information Services Division for all of their contributions to this project. -- Phil Dibowitz phil@^$1 Freeware and Technical Pages Insanity Palace of Metallica http://www.phildev.net/ http://www.ipom.com/ "They...
    Phil Dibowitz Apr 4, 2003
  • Topic: DNS: Delegation and Authority Speaker: Vincent Cordrey Date and Time: March 27, 2003, 8-10 pm Location: USC, THH 201 Cost: Free to members and general public Topics: DNS is a fundamental part of the network computing environment. This brief introduction to DNS basics provides a basis for understanding DNS in its current form. Name service basics are covered with an emphasis...
    Phil Dibowitz Mar 26, 2003
  • Topic: DNS: Delegation and Authority Speaker: Vincent Cordrey Date and Time: March 27, 2003, 8-10 pm Location: USC, THH 201 Cost: Free to members and general public Topics: DNS is a fundamental part of the network computing environment. This brief introduction to DNS basics provides a basis for understanding DNS in its current form. Name service basics are covered with an emphasis...
    Phil Dibowitz Mar 16, 2003
  • Topic: The UNIX Boot Process Speaker: Luke Ravitch Date and Time: Thursday, February 20, 2003, 8-10 pm Location: USC, THH 201 Cost: Free to members and general public Topics: Luke will be doing a survey of startup scripts from various Unix-type operating systems: Solaris, BSD, and a few Linux distros. I'll also cover writing startup scripts: what happens from when the kernel runs...
    Phil Dibowitz Feb 18, 2003
  • Topic: The UNIX Boot Process Speaker: Luke Ravitch Date and Time: Thursday, February 20, 2003, 8-10 pm Location: USC, THH 201 Cost: Free to members and general public Topics: Luke will be doing a survey of startup scripts from various Unix-type operating systems: Solaris, BSD, and a few Linux distros. I'll also cover writing startup scripts: what happens from when the kernel runs...
    Phil Dibowitz Feb 9, 2003
  • NOTE THE NEW ROOM: 201 instead of 208. Topic: Bash Speaker: Dallas Legan Date and Time: January 23, 2003, 8-10 pm Location: USC, THH 201 Cost: Free to members and general public Topics: Dallas Legan will be teaching us an intro to programming with the Bash shell - including scripting tricks for shell scripting gurus. Dallas will also point out differences between bash and ksh...
    Phil Dibowitz Jan 22, 2003
  • USCLUG JANUARY MEETING ANNOUNCMENT Topic: Bash Speaker: Dallas Legan Date and Time: January 23, 2003, 8-10 pm Location: USC, THH 208 Cost: Free to members and general public Topics: Dallas Legan will be teaching us an intro to programming with the Bash shell - including scripting tricks for shell scripting gurus. Dallas will also point out differences between bash and ksh. Dallas...
    Phil Dibowitz Jan 15, 2003