[SATLUG] investigating a UTSA install fest

Elliot Carte mecarte at gmail.com
Wed Aug 6 03:50:11 CDT 2008

Would this event be open to (new) SATLUG members who are not affiliated with

Also, would any of you fine Linux enthusiasts be willing to help me figure
out why my new 64bit Hardy Herron (ubuntu) install doesn't like my built-in
wireless (stupid broadcom)? I've had trouble with broadcom cards before.
Would it kill them to suppy a Linux driver? Anyway, I'd be willing of course
to drive to... wherever (within Santonioland). I'd even buy the beer (or
coffee, whatever) if someone would help. It's in a new HP Pavilion lappy. I
love my new computer, but using the dozer (That's what I call windoze.) is
KILLing me, but I need wireless.

Lastly, can anyone tell me why in the world the last ubuntu release wasn't
called gnarly gnu?

Thanks all,

On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 7:09 PM, Storey Clamp <storey at clamp.ws> wrote:

> Vinny Huckaba wrote:
>> It's official, September 20th is the Linux fest here at UTSA.
>> This is our first one and it will be mostly an intro to linux for our
>> helpdesk and IT folks.
>> More detail will be posted as they become available.
>> As I said before, parking will be free in the unmarked spaces.
>> On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 2:21 PM, Vinny Huckaba <satlug at vinny.us> wrote:
>>> Great info. =)
>>> The dates have been narrowed down to Sept 20, 27 and October 4.  Any
>>> suggestions???
>>> Parking is available on Saturdays in the unmarked student spaces for
>>> free.
>>> There will be plenty of parking by the convo/rec center which is near the
>>> labs.
>>   For those not familiar with the UTSA campus,  more information is
> essential.  Which entrance should one drive into?  How does one recognize
> the "convo/rec center"?  How is the building labeled, by name?  By number?
>  Is it recognizable from the nearest street?  Which lab?  How is it marked?
>  How about a map?
> Cheers,  Storey Clamp
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