CUUG 2001 Open House

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.

Crowd gathered around computers

People gather around the various displays.

Greg King and HP-UX

Greg King (center) explains HP-UX.

Bob Bramwell, Tru64, and Solaris

Bob Bramwell shows off Tru64 and Solaris UNIX systems.

Mark Hewitt and Linux

Mark Hewitt exhibits a Linux system.

Roy Brander's BSDwall

Roy Brander (ducking behind monitor) explains the benefits (and ease!) of having an OpenBSD firewall.


Who are we these days, anyway?

Peyton Seigo and Linux

This UNIX stuff is easy!

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