CUUG held its Open House on September 25, 2001. The general public was invited, and a good number of people, both regulars and newcomers, showed up. People had a chance to examine and play with a variety of UNIX systems, including Linux, OpenBSD, HP-UX, Solaris, and Tru64.
People gather around the various displays.
Greg King (center) explains HP-UX.
Bob Bramwell shows off Tru64 and Solaris UNIX systems.
Mark Hewitt exhibits a Linux system.
Roy Brander (ducking behind monitor) explains the benefits (and ease!)
of having an OpenBSD firewall.
Who are we these days, anyway?
This UNIX stuff is easy!