Boston Linux & UNIX was originally founded in 1994 as part of The Boston Computer Society. We meet on the third Wednesday of each month at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in Building E51.

Our Next Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 06:30 pm
MIT Building E-51, Room 315

Energia MT: Efficiently Sensing the World Around You

A Multi-Tasking Real-Time Operating System at Your Fingertips


A few photos from our 20th anniversary meeting

Documents and Links From Recent Meetings

SoC Update : How embedded Linux is changing the PC ecosystem :: 15 April 2015; Brian DeLacey, Kurt Keville, Aaron
    TI-RTOS working on the CC3200 - (mp4)
    Brian's slides - (pdf)

Linux Filesystem Comparisons :: 17 December 2014; Jerry Feldman
    Jerry's slides - (pdf) - (PDF/A) - (LibreOffice)

Crypto News, Tor, and our annual PGP/GnuPG Keysigning Party (XIV) :: 17 September 2014; Bill Ricker, Shava Nerad
    Bill's notes on Crypto News - (LibreOffice) - (PDF)

OpenCL: The open standard for parallel programming of heterogeneous systems :: 16 July 2014; Chris Allen
    Chris' slides (DRAFT - Jul 13) - (LibreOffice)

Getting Started with IPv6 :: 16 April 2014; Walter Horowitz
    Walter's slides - (LibreOffice) - (PowerPoint) - (PDF)

Linux Soup XIV: CGroups and Linux Containers (LXC) :: 19 March 2014; Christoph Doerceck, Daniel J. Walsh
    Raw audio of meeting - (mp3) - (caf)

System-on-a-Chip: Deep Dive :: 19 February 2014; Brian DeLacey, Kurt Keville, Federico Lucifredi, Gianfranco Comune
    Kurt's slides - (pdf)

Galileo, Linux, and the Internet of Things :: 15 January 2014; Brian DeLacey
    Brian's slides - (pdf)

(Here's a complete list)

Many of our meetings are held at M.I.T.

The next version of Ubuntu 
   is coming soon

For information on wearable computing, see R. Paul McCarty's Wearables Central site.

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