After 13 months of hosting a Ubuntu Hour in Sierra Vista and discovering the previous existence of a now defunct Linux User Group, I joined with two other Linux users and members of AZLOCO to attempt to bring the Cochise Linux User Group (CLUG) back to life.
Anything related to Linux.
I found this page showing where to get free online linux training. I hope this helps for people trying to learn linux.
There are 12 different places to choose from.
These are list of gaming websites that I compiled. They are of no particular order this is just a list for people to use for their gaming needs. I know there are more websites but this is the list that I wanted people to get started with.
According to wikipedia;
Valve co-founder Gabe Newell has stated that "Linux and open source are the future of gaming".
Humble Bumble sales for Linux account for 18%.
As of March 2014, Steam reports that less than 1.2% of users are using some form of Linux as their platforms primary operating system.
Starting on 18 July the twice a month installfest will return to University of Advancing Technology: 2625 W Baseline,Tempe, AZ 85283 (between 48th and Fry's). The time remains the same 10am to 4 pm.
Anyone interested in Linux is welcome. We can just chat. We can install almost any version of Linux on your computer, router, server, Raspberry PI, or ???. You can fix or learn open source programs in a one on one training class.
Tucson Linux Workshop
When Sat, March 28, 1pm – 5pm
Where Wheeler Taft Abbett Library 7800 N Schisler Dr,Tucson, AZ 85743
Description install /fix or chat and meet other local Unix/Linux users. Computer users of all types are welcome. Stop by and see Linux in action!
The Arizona LOCO Team held a Global Jam to test the daily build of 15.04 Alpha at their February 7th Install-Fest.