Free Software and Linux Club
Welcome to the Utah State University Free Software and Linux Club (FSLC) Website. The FSLC is a community of users that enjoy learning, teaching, and promoting Linux and other free software!
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The club was active from 1999 to 2009. It has experienced a period of inactivity but we are have begun a renewal of activity for this year (2012). If you would like to participate, please join the mailing lists or check us out on our IRC server.
Presentations - An archive of our weekly meetings, monthly workshops, and yearly forum, this section of the website contains useful tutorials and introductions to a wide variety of free software topics.
Get Linux! - Get some help installing Linux on your computer either at one of our installfests or on your own. The instructions in this section of our site will help you find out what to download and will help you get Linux installed on your machine.
Get Involved - Do you want to be a part of the FSLC? This section of the site will help you get started. We have an active mailing list and online chat server. We also hold frequent meetings. We are always looking for donations, both time and money are gladly accepted.
Resources - This section includes helpful resources for answering your questions about free software. If you have a question you need answered, start with our mailing list archive, or one of these helpful websites. If you still can't find an answer, send an email to the list, or ask in our online chat service.
Calendar - A link to our google calendar of club events.
Employment - Looking for a place to put your Linux skills to use?
About Us - Contact our officers. Read the Club Constitution. Learn the history of our club. Do all this and more in the About Us section of the website.