Welcome to TUX

This server (running Linux, of course) is managed by members of east coast USA Linux user groups. It was formerly known as wauug.erols.com and linux.wauug.org. We hope you enjoy your visit.

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East Coast US Linux User Groups

Eastern Canadian Linux User Groups

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The next DCLUG/LUGMAN free Linux InstallFest , is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, March 28th, 1998 at USUHS in Bethesda, Maryland.

We hold LinuxFests 3-4 times a year, usually in Bethesda, but are interested in sites in Virginia as well. If you would be willing to provide organizational or technical help, or are willing to bring some nice Ethernet hubs or switches, please send mail to the LinuxFest Organizers. Our next effort will likely have more demos and more focus on configuring and upgrading existing Linux machines.

Linux v2.0

Linux-Related Pages

Mirrored Linux Software

Daily mirrors of key parts of sunsite and tsx-11, packages from numerous smaller harder-to-find Linux FTP sites, and a growing number of packages which originate from this server, can be found in our anonymous FTP area.

If you develop Linux packages or free software that runs on Linux and need a distribution site for Web and FTP, let us know and we'll see what we can do for you.

BLEEDING EDGE KERNELS: Linux v2.1 development kernels and patches are flown in several times a day fresh from Finland (ahem, make that California), for the convenience of hackers who want the very latest kernels right away. NOTE: being a development series, 2.1 kernels often require extra effort and expertise on your part. If you don't enjoy debugging, stick to the safer, more conservative 2.0 kernels.

Linux v2.0 kernels and patches are also mirrored straight from the source. Use v2.0 for a stable, tested kernel.

See the Linux v2 Information Headquarters for a wealth of kernel development information.

This server is sponsored by Erol's Internet Services

TUX Logo and other contributions graciously provided by Flemming Laugaard.

Penguin Logo Courtesy of Shane Watts.

Please send comments, suggestions, and any information about other nearby Linux user groups to: