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27.03.2004
Guys, Some of you have asked why all is quiet on the LUG front - thats because of the Exam fever for most of our Active members! Hopefully we should be having a meet
on the First week of April:-)
05.02.2004
We are having a linux user group meet on the 7th of February. This is a sort of continuation of our previous meet held on 31st of Jan. The topics are "Vi Editor discussion" - by Bhibujit, PHP discussion by Raghav Sriram and Sudhir and Networking Concepts by Ravindra. In addition, for the benefit of newbies, we shall have a short discussion about general linux commands. The venue of the meet is again at : 9-16-38/A, V.I.P.Road, C.B.M.Compound (Above Kshetra Art gallery). The time is at 4.30 PM.
02.02.2004
Our Proposed meet has gone well with a decent number of people showing up for the meet and several others
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Genesis
How did it all start!!??
It was on 31st of december of 2000 and a bunch of linux lovers have made a serious new year resolution, guess what ;-).
And they came together at the beach and discussed various stuff on linux and free software. The vizag users group then starts officially from 1st of january,2001. The best way to start a new year :-),right .
Tip of the Day!

Copying and Moving Text in Vi
Many of us are familiar with the Copy / Cut / Paste commands in Windows. You can have the same convenience in Vi. The process is called Yanking.

To Yank the current line of text in Vi to a temporary buffer use:

yy

You can also yank more than one line of text by prefixing the number of lines you want to yank like so:

10yy

Now to paste the buffer contents, go to the desired location and press p
-- by Vijaya Rama Raju Alluru

Linux Kernel version
To know the current linux kernel version, use the uname command like this:

uname -a

You can send short tips on linux usage not exceeding 10 lines to ilugv@rediffmail.com. All accepted entries are duly credited. :-)

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