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LOCAL - Boston, MA - 09/17/97 - Boston Linux & Unix Group [BLU.ORG]

Keywords: Unix  Linux  Intranets  BLU.ORG  
Meeting Topic for September:  "Building Intranet Servers with Linux"

                     Date: 17 September 1997, Wednesday
                     Time: 7:00 p.m.
                     Place: M.I.T. Building 3-133 

Presented by: John Abreau <jabr at> 

John discusses building an Intranet server using Linux. 

Services discussed may include:

** Samba, a LanManager/Windows 3.11 file server; 

** Mars_nwe, a Netware NCP file server;

** Netatalk, an AppleTalk file server; 

as well as sharing Linux printers with Windows/Macintosh clients.


The Boston Linux & Unix Group [BLU.ORG], is the successor to the Boston
Computer Society's Linux & Unix User Group. We want to promote the
awareness and use of Open Systems, and to educate the public and our
members about Open Systems. 

Linux is a UNIX-like operating system built around POSIX standards.
>From its inception less than six years ago, it was developed over the
Internet by a group of people who (for the most part) have never seen
each other, and now runs on an (estimated) 1,000,000 computer systems.
The operating system (and the source code for it) is free to anyone
who wants it. It has been ported to at least the following platforms:
Intel, SPARC, Alpha, MIPS, PPC, and M68K. This is probably the largest
development project ever accomplished using the Internet.
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