We are a group of students from BVCOE who use Linux, and really like using it.
Good question, but you see, this was needed, let us
tell you why.
First of all, it's not your standard group, it's a Linux User Group.
We suggest that you go through the wiki. We are here with very particular goals :
So we are really not one-fest-in-one-year types (we are
actually no-fests-at-all types, but more on that later), we
have a very particular
goal, and you are all invited to help and learn.
To begin with, that's absolutely fine. We will help you in
In fact, installing a parallel Linux distribution is
extremely easy these days.
We suggest that you start with Ubuntu. Again, feel free to post any queries at our facebook page. Be assured we'll get back to you.
The reason we require members to follow this seemingly complex
procedure (but it is actually quite easy) is that once you have succeeded in
adding your name, you will have enough knowledge to start
contributing to a lot of projects!
You do that by cloning this repository, adding your name to the file UserList.txt as per the format specifed, committing changes and sending a pull request.phew. sounds strange? Believe us, it's *Very* easy. Start by creating an account at github.com. Once you are all set, you can follow the following steps to become a member.
Assuming that you are on Windows (and About to switch to Ubuntu)
git clone <your repo link>
Added <YOUR NAME> as a member.
git push origin master
You are done, we will handle the rest.
If you still run into probelms, post on the forum (link at the top)!
No, lets say it will be all around Linux. It can be anything that you have done using any free utility, any new findings, interesting links, questions, anything relevant.
To be frank, we don't care.
Go to the subreddit and...
Yes, we do, tell us if you are interested.