The Linux User Net
Linux User Net Guest Speaker

Linux User Net Guest Speaker

Each Monday we have a Linux User Net from 8:10PM-9:00PM PST.
The primary purpose of this Net is to share Information about Linux operating system in regards to Amateur Radio use.
Our primary linked repeaters are; 147.32 and 442.325, 444.125 and 147.040 megahertz all having a 100.0 hz tone on The Amateur Radio Relay Group (ARRG) System.
If you are interested in becoming a guest speaker, just fill out the form below.
As a guest speaker we will have a regular Net Control Station run the net and take check- ins. After roll call and answering any Linux questions, then the Net Control Station will have the guest operator share their Linux topic for discussion with plenty of pauses for questions and to allow Net Control to take check-ins.
Be advised, when on the air please un-key your microphone to all the repeater to reset or it will time out. Do not transmit more than 1.5 minutes without allowing the repeater to drop. We use the term “reset” to let others know that your pausing to allow the repeater to reset.

You must activate your account via email that you provided upon registration. Once you click on the activation link you will return to the front page where you will see a message in green text at top of the page confirming account creation. There will not be an account login since this is for registration only.
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