Florida Linux Users
What you glance at is the
Florida Linux Users website.
We are a Linux User Group(LUG) based in Gainesville, Florida, home of
the University of Florida, and
devoted to the spreading of knowledge and propaganda about the Linux operating
system. We strongly encourage anyone with an interest in Linux
(whether new or experienced) to come out to a meeting and see what we
have to offer.
Local Linux Links:
is a local Linux mailling list hosted by the University of Florida. To join
the list simply email LISTSERV@lists.ufl.edu the following information
in the body of the message: subscribe linux-l <your name
(In case it's not clear, there should be a space between linux-l and your
name. For example, if user Linus wanted to subscribe to the list, in the
body of the message he'd put, 'subscribe linux-l Linux' (without the quotes.)
The list server will then email a confirmation, once you've replied you're
on the list.
FLU's HOWTO Index
consists of a small but growing collection of member contributed
Windoze-to-Linux Application Conversion
General Linux Information Sites:
Role of crypto trading bots
Red Hat, purveyors of the
popular Red Hat Linux distribution.
Debian GNU/Linux, yet another
popular Linux flavor containing totally free(as in speech) software,
and developed entirely by volunteers. It supports a boatload of
platforms, and many swear by its package managment system, APT.
If you are just getting started with Linux, then Mandrake is another
Slackware, as maintained by Patrick
Volkerding. The oldest commercial Linux distribution in active development.
SuSE, the most popular Linux
distribution in Europe.
Gentoo, a purely source-based
distribution inspired by the *BSD ports system.
- Xandros, many consider this
Debian derivative, originally developed by Corel, to be the easiest
Linux distribution ever for those requiring Windows similarity and
If none of the above can satisfy you, then do-it-yourself with help
from Linux From
A complete listing of currently active Linux distributions is
available at DistroWatch.