Linux User Groups (LUG)This forum allows Linux User Groups (LUG) to gain exposure. It also allows people looking for a LUG in their area to find one.
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Ok cool kstan. I've checked your site, awesome. I'll participate soon. So any other who are developing user group? Anywhere in Malaysia... try to post your user group name and where it is so that we all know if it is near to our place. I think this will be a good way to participate the nearest user group.
Thank you for your participate, every member is for me is very important. I try to conduct physical activities rather than online communication.
And, for your information I am try to persuade to vendor migrate their software to support linux. Both using foxpro base and I did prove to them I can run the system in linux (We some errors).
I hope you can effect others people so Johor user's have more choice.
Hello heloo.. im wann from Port Dickson
I use ubuntu and backtrack. before ni was also installed fedora and Slackware .. but not quite understand .. teacher is not available. google the only teacher there. Posted from my introduction so .. seek guidance from friends
I am thinking of setting up a forum on my site for Linux users in Malaysia. What ya think? good idea?
its depend actually need to see on the purpose of forum itself, if there to be used for malay speaking should be ok
because there still many malaysian/others people ( point to person who cant understand english)