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The Linux Users' Group of Davis is a 501(c)(7) non-profit computer club serving the Sacramento region, consisting of hundreds of people who share an interested in the Linux® operating system, Free & Open Source software and other related topics — both technical and non-technical.

Our goals are to advocate the use of Linux and Open Source, to educate the community on these software alternatives, and to support and provide a social network for local Linux users.

LUGOD holds regular meetings twice a month. On the first Tuesday of each month, we hold a social gathering at a local restaurant or café, and on the third Monday of each month we meet at the Davis Public Library to listen to informative presentations by guest speakers. (Day, time and location subject to change!)

We also hold other events and workshops and maintain a number of active mailing lists (some with over 200 subscribers) and an IRC channel for live chatting.

Our meetings, events and membership, are free and open to the general public. Join us!

Next LUGOD Meeting
 

Monday, February 15, 2016 @ 7:00pm


* Ultra low-cost Single Board Computers: Next Thing Co's "C.H.I.P.", a $9 computer, and PINE64, a $15 64-bit supercomputer
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Stephen Matthew Helms

C.H.I.P. is "the world's first $9 computer", touted as being "built for work, play, and everything in between". It utilizes a 1GHz 'Allwinner R8' CPU, and has 512MB of RAM, 4GB of high-speed storage, USB port, built-in WiFi B/G/Ni, Bluetooth 4.0, and composite video output; HDMI and VGA adapters will also be available.

PINE A64 is "the world's first 64-bit expandable Quad Core 1.2GHz supercomputer, tablet, media center, and more... starting at just $15." It utilizes a PINE64 ARM A5 64-bit processor, MALI-400 MP2 GPU running at 500MHz. It ships with two USB ports, HDMI output, 3.5mm audio/mic, Ethernet port, and two I/O expansion buses. The A64+ model adds three ports for optional accesories such as camera, touch panel, LCD, WiFi, Bluetooth.
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  C.H.I.P. and PINE64 at February's LUGOD
Posted Sat. January 23, 10:25am
At next month's LUGOD meeting, there'll be a discussion and demo of both the C.H.I.P. $9 computer, and the PINE64 $15 64-bit supercomputer. Help spread the word by sharing the Facebook event, and/or printing and posting the flyer. Thanks!
LUGOD 17th anniversary meeting!
Posted Sun. January 17, 4:20pm
Tomorrow (Monday, January 18th) is LUGOD's 17th anniversary meeting! Along with a talk on Code::Blocks, we'll be celebrating with free pizza, snacks, and cake. Please join us! (We'll be meeting at Smashwords in downtown Davis.)
Happy new year!
Posted Thu. January 7, 9:45am
Happy new year! We've updated our online calendar with all of this year's LUGOD events, as well as many (sometimes all of this year's) events being held other LUGs in the greater bay area, plus other computer clubs in the Sacramento/Davis area. Enjoy!
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Upcoming Local Events
  nblug-Tue Feb 9 [geek:-] Tue Feb 9 - North Bay LUG meeting in Sebastopol. Topic TBA.

davismug-Tue Feb 9 [geek:-] Tue Feb 9 - Davis Mac User Group meeting.

none-Wed Feb 10 [geek:2] Wed Feb 10 - ACCU USA meeting in Mountain View: "Reliability and security of today's software platforms"

hackerwithin-Thu Feb 11 [geek:-] Thu Feb 11 - The Hacker Within meeting at UC Davis. Topic TBA.

none-Sat Feb 13 [geek:0] Sat Feb 13 - Consortium of All Bay Area Linux meeting in Menlo Park.

berkeleylug-Sun Feb 14 [geek:0] Sun Feb 14 - Berkeley LUG meeting.

lugod-Mon Feb 15 [geek:2] Mon Feb 15 - LUGOD meeting. "C.H.I.P.", the world's first $9 computer, and "PINE64", the world's first $15 64-bit supercomputer.

balug-Tue Feb 16 [geek:0] Tue Feb 16 - Bay Area LUG meeting in San Francisco.

none-Sat Feb 27 [geek:0] Sat Feb 27 - Consortium of All Bay Area Linux meeting in Menlo Park.

berkeleylug-Sun Feb 28 [geek:0] Sun Feb 28 - Berkeley LUG meeting.

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