Ubuntu is a humanistic philosophy or ideology that focuses on people’s relationships with one another. The term originates from the southern part of Africa and originates from the Bantu language.
You can understand the concept of Ubuntu as “humanity towards others” or “I am because we are”. The operation system’s name comes from the zulu and xhosa concept of ubuntu, which does not have one precise, generally accepted translation, but which denotes a form of community. Ubuntu’s motto, Linux for Human Beings, summarizes one of the project’s primary goals – to make Linux easier to use.
Ubuntu Aarhus is a group of people of all ages and genders who share interest in Linux, and for technology and alternatives to Microsoft Windows and macOS. Some of the group’s members are very privacy-oriented and have a wealth of knowledge on how to avoid web sites leeching on our personal information. Others have been dealing with IT half or a whole lifetime. Overall, the Ubuntu Linux Aarhus group has a very large and broad knowledge of computers and computer systems.
Ubuntu Aarhus meets at the Åby Library to be ubuntu and share knowledge and experience and of course common smalltalk.
Ubuntu Linux Aarhus Calendar
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Our members’ primary system is Ubuntu but some members have experience with many different distributions.