The Power OSX group will be meeting at
offices in San Francisco, California, on Tuesday, March 25, at 7:00 pm. John Howard — who has over 25 years experience in networking, computer security, aeronautical engineering and public policy — will be covering X11, Apple’s X-Window solution.
The Power OSX User Group was formed to discuss the details of Mac OS X’s system utilities and the underlying UNIX (FreeBSD) operating system, which includes the Unix shell, file systems, security and networking.
Howard, a former Air Force officer and test pilot, has developed and currently manages a national laboratory project to provide software designed to automatically encrypt network traffic. Also at the March 25 meeting, Alutha Jamancar will offer tips and tricks to upgrade to Mac OS X 10.2.
last updated on February 10, enables applications based on the X11 windowing environment to run side-by-side with native Mac OS X applications.