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, September 18, 2019 at 06:30 pm
MIT Building E-51, Room 315

Crypto News, Historical Vignette, and Our Annual PGP/GnuPG Key-Signing Party

A review of the past year in crypto and some crypto in history, followed by our annual PGP keysigning party. Register your key in advance to participate!

Live Stream of tonight's meeting is at https://youtu.be/TTm5VGh6h4E

Next InstallFest :: Linux InstallFest LXX (Hands-On) :: Sat, Sep 21, 2019 at 09:00 am
MIT Building E-51, Room 061



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A few photos from our 20th anniversary meeting


Documents and Links From Recent Meetings


Raspberry Pi 4 Overview and Demo
21 August 2019; Brian DeLacey
    Brian's slides - (pdf)

ARRL, Ham Radio, and Linux
15 May 2019; Andy Stewart
    Andy's slides - (flipbook) - (pdf)

Do Do This At Home... In Control!
20 February 2019; Bob Frankston
    Bob's slides - (flipbook) - (pdf) - (pptx)

Short Takes: Fotoxx 2018 Update; Application Containers
18 July 2018; Jerry Feldman; Dick Miller
    Jerry's slides on Application Containers - (odp) - (flipbook)
    Jerry's slides on Wayland vs X11 - (odp) - (flipbook)

Blockchain, and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
16 May 2018; Bill Ricker and Jerry Feldman
    Bill's BitCoin Rant - (odp) - (flipbook) - (pdf)

Lightning Talks 2018
18 April 2018; Brian DeLacey, Kurt Keville, Alexei Miagkov, others
    Brian's photos - (zip) - (html)
    Alexei's slides - (zip) - (html)

Algot Runeman on 3D Printing
15 November 2017; Algot Runeman
    Algot's Overview - (html)
    Algot's slides - (zip) - (html)

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

(Here's a complete list)


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