Linux User Group


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Linux User Group

(body, Linux)
(LUG) Any organisation of Linux users in a local area, university, etc., that offers mutual technical support, companionship with people of similar interests, and promotes the use of Linux among computer users generally.

LUGs often hold Install Fests for the general public, in which experienced Linux users explain and supervise the installation of Linux on new users' systems.
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