[lug] [BLUG-ANNOUNCE] March 14, 2002 - Boulder Linux User Group Meeting

Chris Riddoch socket at peakpeak.com
Tue Mar 12 17:16:45 MST 2002

                  Linux User's Group Meeting

Where:    University of Colorado Boulder Campus
          Fleming Law - Room 154.

          (If you want to arrive early, join us at the Dark Horse for a
          bite to eat around 5:30 P.M.)

Map:      http://www.colorado.edu/directories/webmap/
          We'll be in building 28 - the bottom right corner of the map.
          See below for driving directions

Time:     7:00 P.M.

Date:     March 14, 2002

Presentation:  Automake, Autoconf, and Libtool

Speaker:  Tom Tromey <tromey at redhat.com>

Abstract: History, a walk through of autoconf, automake, and libtool,
          a real-life example or two, and maybe some comments about
          the future.

Demo:     RATS (Rough Auditing Toolkit System)
          A source code auditing system to look for common security
          holes in a variety of languages.

Driving directions (from the Dark Horse):
         * Go west on Baseline and turn right on Broadway.
         * Turn right on Regent Drive.
         * Take the first right that is not a parking lot. This is
           before you get to the pedestrian crosswalk and the
         * Go straight until you get to the parking lot. Parking is
           free after 5:00.  Tennis courts will be to the northeast.
           You'll be very close to the intersection of Baseline and
         * The building will be directly to the north, enter through
           the door on the right. Follow the penguins.
         * The room is on the left side of the hallway as you go
           straight in. 

Chris Riddoch       | epistemological
socket at peakpeak.com | humility

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