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— S. Vaughan-Nichols (@sjvn) February 28, 2020
Hey OTC’ers. Yes, we will be having our monthly meeting tomorrow at Sump Library at about 0915 – 0930.
A G E N D A . . 10/12/2019
Monthly Tech Update via OTC Postings
Part 2 of CherryTree Database:
– – including additional info regarding file encryption via 7z (7zip) in Linux. A very simple and handy way to protect your files if you are not using full-disk encryption (aka LUKS).
Part 1 of Intro to Virtual Box:
– – another way to continue running Windows 7 that protects your machine and OS. Also, this technology allows you to run “Mint” or any of the additional top rated distros.
A G E N D A
Monthly Tech Round-table & News
Overview of “Notes” Databases for Linux (and other OS’s)
Favorite Linux Bookmarks – info & help by category
Next Meeting coming up this weekend at Sump Library, downtown Papillion at 0915 am. Hope to see all OTC’ers there!
A G E N D A
Sat. Aug 10th, 2019
Monthly Tech Update/Q & A Round-table
Favorite Linux Youtube Channels (my personal choices for quality Linux video authors . . . )
App of the Month: “gThumb” – – for quick simple photo editing & pic storage
Hello OTC’ers . . . here is the projected agenda for Saturday July 13th 2019 at Sump Library in downtown Papillion:
Monthly Tech Round-table discussion and OTC website update.
A review of several options to install and uninstall software in Linux. These methods and tools apply to most popular Linux Distributions. Options include “Synaptic PM, Snaps, AppImages and Flatpaks.”. Also, how to install deb packages using the stand-alone package manager (PM) “Gdebi”.
A review of basic disk partitioning in Linux using the GParted program for managing disk storage.