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Seen and Heard

"My mother has a Linux netbook. Other than getting her email set up with Thunderbird when she got it (she couldn't do that herself in Outlook Express either,) I haven't ever touched the thing. It's just never had an issue.

Her Windows desktop, on the other hand, seems to need some kind of repair every time I visit....."

Independence Day

Loganville celebrates Independence Day on July 4, 2012


Loganville Independence Day
Citizens lined Main StreetCitizens lined Main Street

Loganville Independence Day
The Crowd began to arrive at 9AMThe Crowd began to arrive at 9AM

Loganville Independence Day
Folks gather around the Parade Marshall StageFolks gather around the Parade Marshall Stage

Loganville Independence Day
Folks gather around the Parade Marshall StageFolks gather around the Parade Marshall Stage

Georgia Bulldog Music

2011 and 2012 SEC Eastern Division Champions

Larry Munson Sanford Stadium Goodbye

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Linux Club

TuxOur vision for Linux Club is very simple. 

We want to bring together a group of Linux users, from teenagers to seniors, ranging from newbies, to the most experienced system administrators in order to:

  • advance open-source software
  • establish Loganville as a Center of Excellence for Linux and Open-Source software.

This civic-minded, technical club would be a beneficial resource to our community, schools, and churches - the keys to our economic future.

IT Lab

Loganville Linux sponsors an IT Lab to provide our community with the Facilities and Tools to help users transition their current computers to Linux and support open-source development.

Loganville Linux Lab Sample

For a nominal fee, you can utilize a workbench in our lab, consult with our staff, and perform your own IT work.  We know you can do it with a little help.  You can become a part of a world-wide community.

It is hoped that this service will encourage users to collaborate, either in joint ventures or through Linux Club.

Why Linux?

1.  The best reason for running a Linux operating system on your computer is that it gives you the best capability to produce things at the lowest cost.  There are many applications available that rival expensive applications on proprietary systems.  For no extra cost, you get access to: