The Kingston Linux Users Group (KLUG) meets once a
month for hands on sessions covering a wide variety of
topics, along with the occasional InstallNight and even a
social evening every so often, usually dinner at a local
Membership is 100% free, with no obligations
whatsoever. We are a completely voluntary organisation
which you are welcome to participate in as much or as
little as you like.
KLUG was formed Wed, Jan 13, 1999 when 12 attended a meeting at Tyr-Na-Nog!
New KLUG in Town!! Nov 13, 2011
Click here for the NEW KLUG!
This site was formatted for Mozilla.
know if there are any issues with other browsers.
Well, maybe NOT MSIE!
I have left the Members
link intact. If you want your
entry removed drop Me
a note and I'll
The KLUG mailing lists are managed by Mailman. You can
view the available lists, subscribe, unsubscribe and view
the archives via the web interface here
. You can
also subscribe by email by sending mail to the following
with "subscribe" in the body of the message. For more
details on using the email interface, send a message to
either of the above addresses with "help" in the body of
Daniel Nagy has been scheduling meetings at
in the second
week of each month. Check on the mailing list for the exact date, time and room.
You can also check out the kingston.os.linux newsgroup
on a USENET server near you or you can access it via the
useful if your news server does not carry the group.
Note, however, that the newsgroup is very low volume.
You can also check out the jabber.klug.on.ca
[ 2006-11-04 ]
General site maintenance, I added a second counter as the "free" one had started going on and off.
No real reason, I just like counters!
[ 2006-05-19 ]
Just to round out this Census topic, there is a second issue concerning the outsourcing via the NAFTA agreement.
[ 2006-05-17 ]
StatsCan has responded to part of the Census issue by allowing Open Source (including Linux)
browser access to participate in online form completion.
[ 2006-05-09 ]
"The Vancouver Linux User Group (VanLUG), in conjunction with other Linux user groups from across Canada,
is co-ordinating an effort to draw attention to the 2006 Census web site's lack of standards compliance
and to the detrimental effect this has on the ability of Canadians to participate in the census." Check
out their page at
Vancouver Linux User Group (VanLUG) Census Page
[ 2005-10-25 ]
The server may be up and down over the next week as Brian looks after
some essential maintenance and upgrades. Thanks Brian!
[ 2005-10-16 ]
The web page has been edited to correct some broken links and to update
the contact information as much as possible. Feel free to drop
a note with any suggestions,
comments or issues.
[ 2005-10-13 ]
The minutes of the latest KLUG meeting held at