Boston Linux & UNIX was originally founded in 1994 as part of The Boston Computer Society. We meet on the third Wednesday of each month at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in Building E51.

Our Next Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 06:30 pm
MIT Building E-51, Room 325

(We hold a Q&A session from 6:30-7:00; the main meeting begins at 7:00)

Fotoxx Update 2017

Dick Miller returns to demonstrate what's been added to Fotoxx, his favorite photo editor and manager, since January 2015

Next InstallFest :: Linux InstallFest LXIV (Hands-On) :: Sat, Jun 3, 2017 at 09:00 am
MIT Building E-51, Room 061



[New!]

A few photos from our 20th anniversary meeting


Documents and Links From Recent Meetings


IoT Security, Digital Data Privacy, the Linux Dirty COW and related matters
19 April 2017; Brisn DeLacey
    Brian's slides - (pdf)

Red Hat OCID and Container Security
18 January 2017; Daniel J. Walsh
    Dan's slides - (html) - (tarball) - (text)

Reproducible Builds
16 November 2016; Valerie Young
    Blog post - (txt)
    Valerie's slides - (pdf)

Transposition Cyphers in Historic Context
21 September 2016; Bill Ricker
    Bill's Slides - (odp) - (pdf) - (ppt) - (pptx)
    Bill's Notes - (txt)
    PGP primer in emoji - (png)
    Anatomy of a Cipher - (pdf)
    Gray Fox ACW Intercepts Plants - (pdf)

Rooftop WLAN, IoT, and the Doobie Brothers
18 May 2016; Kurt Keville
    Derek's slides - (pdf)

Linux Soup XVI: SystemD overview
16 March 2016; Christoph Doerbeck
    Christoph's slides - (pdf)
    Getting to Know Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 - (pdf)

Functional Package Management and GNU Guix
20 January 2016; David Thompson
    David's slides - (pdf)

Introduction to Ceph and Architectural Overview
16 December 2015; Federico Lucifredi
    Federico's slides - (pdf)

(Here's a complete list)


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Many of our meetings are held at M.I.T.


Fedora 26 Final Release (GA) is scheduled for release on 2017-06-27 (in 65 days)

The next version of Ubuntu 
   is coming soon


For information on wearable computing, see R. Paul McCarty's Wearables Central site.

BLU is a member of BostonUserGroups
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We also thank MIT for the use of their facilities.

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