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Possible Outline

Dec 99- First meeting. 
	Topic: Installing Red Hat Linux on Your system.

Jan 00- Topic: Installing Peripherals on your Red Hat Linux System
	(Printer, Scanner, Video Camera, Palm Pilot, etc)

Feb 00- Topic: Dialing up to the Internet, configuring PPP, using dial-up
tools, email, etc.

Mar 00- Topic: Editing Files (vi, emacs, pico)

Apr 00- Topic: Installing Programs. (RPM, tar, make, etc)

May 00- Topic: Hooking up to a network. (netcfg, ifconfig, route, etc)

Jun 00- Topic: Getting X to work.

This is how I'd see the meeting go.

7:00 - 7:15. Open discussion. LUCI related news, upcoming events related
to the newbie world.. new member introductions, stuff like that.

7:15 - 8:00. Above topic discussion.

8:00 - 8:15. Break.

8:15 - 8:45. Q&A, Advance topic above, Topic of the day, or hands on
(scheduled) workstation help.

Yes, there's an awful lot we can cover on newbie night. But I really just
want to focus on new users. Probably every other meeting we'll do a full
install, probably hands on on someone's system who's having troubles.

- Kara

Kara Pritchard                        	Phone: 217-698-1694
Red Hat Certified Engineer
Linux Users of Central Illinois		kara@luci.org
LUG Project Manager - Linux.com		kara@linux.com

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