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December 4, 2004
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December 4, 2004
Linux Operating System
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Noted author, Robin Miller discusses his new book release "Point and Click Linux: Your Guide to Trouble-Free Computing". Robin "Roblimo" Miller is Editor-in-Chief for the Open Source Technology Group, publishers of Slashdot, Freshmeat, NewsForge, SourceForge, and other leading online technology community sites.
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