About the Boise Linux User Group

The Boise Linux User Group was founded by the Idaho PC User Group as a special interest group (SIG) and conducted its first meeting in April of 2003. Based in Boise, Idaho, we are Idaho's oldest Linux User group meeting continuously for 11 years. While the group is primarily focused on Ubuntu Linux users and its derivitives, we also support Fedora, openSUSE, Slackware, and Puppy Linux users. Welcome to our website. The original website content can be accessed and searched here. Now known as the Boise Linux User Group and with a membership list of over 60, meeting attendance is generally around 10 or more depending on the topic and amount of interest providing for varied discussions, not necessarily on-topic, and for networking with other Linux users. The Boise Linux User group now meets once a month on theĀ 3rd Tuesday at 6:30 PM, at the Ustick Branch of the Boise Public Library, 7557 W. Ustick Rd, in the Bitterbrush Room which is directly behind the Circulation Desk.