> > I will try to come on Sunday but since my exam schedule for next week has
> > not been released, I can't be sure of anything.
> > Still, looking forward to the Release Party cum LUG meet. :)
> In all probability I will have the iso of ubuntu/kubuntu 11.04
> Please bring a media to carry the iso of your choice back with you. (i
> dont have a cd / dvd burner)
I also have the .iso images (CD and DVD) of x86 and amd64 versions. So, we
can add that to the collection.
Oh and by the way, I will be coming.
Please suggest me a GNU/Linux distribution with following features:
1. After installing it with CD/DVD, most of packages available for it can
be installed from same or another CD/DVD. High speed Internet connection
should not be required for installing default packages available for it.
2. It should not be much resource consuming. Should work on an old system
such as P-IV with low amount of RAM such as 512MB.
3. Latest version of LAMP related packages should be available on it.
4. It should support Tata Indicom Photon Plus connection.
5. Codes of common audio and video format should be available on it by
6. Upgradation process of it should be easy with the CD/DVD of current
Best Regards ...
Aksharaya’s events are a way to both create awareness about Indian
calligraphy, typography and scripts; and efforts to further their
development. These events include everything from talks and
discussions to demonstrations, workshops and camps.
And they are organising a speaker session "RK is RK (Re-introducing R.
K. Joshi) " By Vinay Saynekar who is a well known designer/font
designer (Contributed to Indix's Raghu series Fonts for NCST (CDAC
Mumbai) and lecture at J.J.School Of Arts.
Title of the talk:
RK is RK (Re-introducing R. K. Joshi)
Date: 29 April 2011
Venue: Auditorium of Sir J J College of Architecture, Sir J J School
of Art Campus, Fort, Mumbai 400 001
For more information visit : http://www.aksharaya.org/
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On Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 3:16 AM, gaurav chaturvedi
> Lets do it on a weekend with the lug meet 30th april or 1st may?
Sunday 1st May at 3 p.m.?
We need a session or two more to make things more interesting.
After a long time we are getting back to having LUG Meets, we have
one scheduled for the month of May. Details as follows:
Date: 1st May 2011
Time: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Venue: Directiplex, Next to Andheri Subway, Old Nagardas Road, Andheri (East).
Agenda for the meet
1. Ubuntu Release Party
2. Debian Session by Kartik Mistry(Kartik can you please confirm the topic?)
RSVP page for the event can be found at
> >> >
> >> Lets do it on a weekend with the lug meet 30th april or 1st may?
> > I'll come in the weekend, preferably on 30th April. Can I also attend the
> > LUG meet? Just curious as to what work is going on in the LUG currently.
> In all probability we'll have the meet this Sunday (1st may).
> The Ilug-Bom servers were not reachable the last time i checked. Hence
> the delay in the formal announcement.
I will try to come on Sunday but since my exam schedule for next week has
not been released, I can't be sure of anything.
Still, looking forward to the Release Party cum LUG meet. :)
> After a long time we are getting back to having LUG Meets, we have
> one scheduled for the month of May. Details as follows:
> Date: 1st May 2011
> Time: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
> Venue: Directiplex, Next to Andheri Subway, Old Nagardas Road, Andheri
> Agenda for the meet
> 1. Ubuntu Release Party
> 2. Debian Session by Kartik Mistry(Kartik can you please confirm the
> RSVP page for the event can be found at
> With Regards,
> Mehul Ved
Will try to come.