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 group has been meeting since April 1994. We formed our group as part of The Boston Computer Society (BCS); when the overall BCS organization dissolved itself, we chose to continue on as an independent user group.
Most of our meetings are held on the M.I.T. campus. Here is M.I.T.'s list of User Groups on Campus, including the dates and locations each group has scheduled.
|Wed, Dec 21, 1994 (tech)||->||Configuring the XFree86 X Server|
|Wed, Nov 16, 1994 (tech)||->||What Next?|
|Tue, Oct 04, 1994 (tech)||->||WINE and SCO Binary Emulators|
|Tue, Sep 06, 1994 (tech)||->||Providing Internet Services on a Linux Platform|
|Tue, Aug 02, 1994 (tech)||->||Linus Torvalds at DECUS|
|Tue, Jul 05, 1994 (tech)||->||Installing Slackware Linux|
|Tue, Jun 07, 1994 (tech)||->||*NEW GROUP*|
|Sat, Apr 02, 1994 (industry)||->||BCS MegaMeeting 1994|
|BLU is a member of BostonUserGroups|
|We also thank MIT for the use of their facilities.|