Paul L. Snyder on 12 Mar 2009 18:24:44 -0700

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[PLUG] [plug-announce] PLUG West, Mon, Mar 16, 2009: Secure Shell Scripting (7pm @ FNIS in Malvern)

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                                    |    at FNIS in Malvern, PA    )__  \)

        Want to learn how to write secure shell scripts that will remain
	safe when executed in a potentially hostile environment? This month
	PLUG West welcomes back JP Vossen, co-author of O'Reilly's "bash
	Cookbook", to do a presentation on secure shell scripting.

        For more about the bash Cookbook, check out the website:

        For more about JP, visit his website at
        The meeting will held on March 16 at the office of Fidelity
	National Information Services in Malvern, beginning at 7:00 pm.
	As usual, we'll begin with an open question and answer session,
	and the main presentation will start around 8:00 pm.

        Interested in Linux, BSD, and Free Software?  Whether you're
        already an enthusiast or want to learn more, come and join
        us!  PLUG meetings are open to everyone, and anyone who is
        curious is invited to attend.

        The meeting will be at the Fidelity National Information Services
        office in Malvern, PA:

           Fidelity National Information Services
           2 West Liberty Blvd, Suite 300
           Malvern, Pennsylvania 19355

        For driving directions, please visit


        For more information about PLUG, please visit our website at


        Following the meeting, we'll continue the conversation at TJ's
        in Paoli.  They've got a great beer list and the kitchen is
        open until 11:00.  Directions to TJ's can be found at

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