[nSLUG] Mun. of Chester Recreation Dept. offers "Let’s Discover Linux Together!"

David Rodgers davidfrodgers at gmail.com
Fri Jan 13 16:09:50 AST 2017


Hi David,

I like the sound of this program. Though it is not viable for me to
attend, perhaps when you have completed the program, you could come to
one of the meetings to talk about your experience in running it.

All the best.
-David Rodgers

On 13/01/17 02:05 PM, David Murdoch wrote:
> Trying to generate some interest, so please share this anyone in the
> Chester area who might be interested. Thanks.
> 
> Let’s Discover Linux Together! (10 weeks) Join this group to explore
> computer operating systems (OS) and related software based on Linux. Linux
> is used by the corporate world, industry, research, and the military
> because of its flexibility, stability and security. On your home computer,
> a Linux-based operating system (OS) is free to install, very respectful of
> your privacy, extremely secure, virus-resistant, and easy to maintain.
> Sessions will be hands-on and participants will learn how to select,
> install, and use a Linux-based OS and related software that is suited to
> your personal computer needs and to your existing hardware. Other topics
> can include, Linux software equivalent to Windows software, system
> operation and maintenance, dual boot with MS Windows, media centre, and
> other topics to meet participants' needs. Existing Linux users are
> encouraged to join us! Wednesdays Jan 25 to Apr 5 (no class March 8) 6:30
> to 8:30 pm
> Ages 16+
> Cost: $12
> Location: Forest Heights Community School
> Instructor: David Murdoch
> Pay/Register by: Wednesday, January 18
> 
> From the publication "Explore Life Winter 2017"
> <http://chester.ca/document-library/corporate/communications/publications/recreation-brochure/rb-2017/271-explore-life-winter-2017/file>
> where
> you can find registration information.
> 
> 
> 
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