From their Meetup Page:

The GA 400 Linux Group has been started to allow the casual to advanced Linux users to get together and share ideas, knowledge, and face-time with other Linux users.  We're focused on helping beginning and returning Linux users learn the basics by establishing a solid foundation.  We'll discuss distributions, file systems and storage, installation, databases, networking, and more!

Looks like they have informal weekly meetups at a pizza place, and more formal monthly sessions.

GA 400 Linux Group Meetup Stream

Events - ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

Events - ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts
  • ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

    Please RSVP, so we have an idea of how many people are coming, but only if you are 95% certain of attendance.

    Get help with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux.

    No official end time. No presentations. We may work through "how-tos" together.  Attendees set the agenda.  Best to have a server or VM available (local or remote) to install test stuff into.

    Bring a laptop and show a project or start something new!  This meetup works best with hands-on questions solved on your equipment.  Usually people will form small groups 2-3 to discuss a topic or work on an issue.

    We will meet on the lower level - look for the group with the laptops.

    Atlanta, GA 30339 - USA

    Sunday, February 26 at 3:00 PM

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    https://www.meetup.com/ALE-Atlanta-Linux-Enthusiasts/events/237651122/

  • ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts


    • Wk 4 - Pick where we left off near the end of Chapter 2; read through pg 52 in the book (101-LPIC-1-admin-en.pdf) 

    ** User Administration (Chpt 2)
    ** Access Control (Chpt 3 - thru to pg 52)

    • Where: KSU-Marietta Campus, Atrium Building J-215B (same building that we used with ALE-SPSU).

    • Who: anyone can come. (However there will be a limit for the number of people that is possible to arrange in the room)

    • We'll be working through LPI-1 Admin training for the next months. Get the materials

    • Cost $0. This is ALE outreach.

    Prerequisites:

    • Ubuntu Server 14.04 and/or CentOS 7.x Installed on the computer you bring. VMs are fine. No GUI. This is an Admin group. 100% CLI.

    • A few months of experience with any Linux/Unix Server OS. Comfortable modifying system settings, sudo, installations.

    • Expect 32 hrs or more of total class effort needed. Probably 2-3x more outside class.

    • Please come prepared.

    Detailed Directions and parking.

    Marietta, GA - USA

    Saturday, March 4 at 10:00 AM

    3

    https://www.meetup.com/ALE-Atlanta-Linux-Enthusiasts/events/237838087/

  • ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

    Please RSVP, so we have an idea of how many people are coming, but only if you are 95% certain of attendance.


    Get help with installation, administration, or just about any question related to Linux.


    No official end time. No presentations. We may work through "how-tos" together.  Attendees set the agenda.  Best to have a server or VM available (local or remote) to install test stuff into.


    Bring a laptop and show a project or start something new!  This meetup works best with hands-on questions solved on your equipment.  Usually people will form small groups 2-3 to discuss a topic or work on an issue.


    We will meet on the lower level - look for the group with the laptops.

    Atlanta, GA 30339 - USA

    Sunday, March 5 at 3:00 PM

    2

    https://www.meetup.com/ALE-Atlanta-Linux-Enthusiasts/events/hvcsmlywfbhb/

  • ALE-Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts

    This is a free-form "help each other with linux or linux-related problems", with no fixed agenda and no fixed end-time.


    Order food/beverage on your way in, then join us.


    Note: this meetup is pre-empted by any ALE Central meeting, typically the third Tuesday of each month.





    Atlanta, GA 30339 - USA

    Tuesday, March 7 at 6:00 PM

    1

    https://www.meetup.com/ALE-Atlanta-Linux-Enthusiasts/events/zwskpmywfbkb/