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We are glad to announce that the Linux Users Group will be sponsoring a campus-wide Minecraft server.
The server is still in early development, in the mean time, feel free to join our Discord server for all updates regarding the server! If you are interested in the internals of how the server works, check out some of the repositories of the LUG GitHub page.
We maintain a Wiki for people using Linux at Rose-Hulman along with other general Linux information.
To access our physical machines, you have to use Rose-Hulman's SSL VPN. This will also allow to access on-campus only resources from off campus. You can do this under Linux. For more info, please visit our Wiki by clicking on the button below:
Owncloud is an open source and self-hosted alternative to Dropbox (and a few other things) which we host for Rose-Hulman Students, Faculty, and Staff to use. We are still working on getting this up and running again.
In the future, we will have a general use Linux machine for people to run stuff on, along with bare metal servers as well as virtual machines that people can request. Visit our Wiki page for updated information.
The objective of the Rose-Hulman Linux Users Group is to introduce alternative operating systems to anyone interested; to provide hardware and software to allow people to learn from each other; to support members of the Rose-Hulman community with issues related to Free and Open Source Software; to encourage the use of Free Software and Open Standards; and to inform and discuss advancements in computing technology.
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