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The Power of GNU
By a member of the hurd, Section GNU-Friends
Posted on Mon Oct 28th, 2002 at 05:28:37 GMT
This article tries to suggest how the ideals of free software can be better conveyed to the ordinary computer-using public. It takes an alternate view to the 'GNU/Linux vs Linux' naming debate, ignoring entirely the issue of whether 'Linux' is an OS or just a kernel, and instead focusing on the notion of freedom.

 

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[new] Here is good website (#1)
by a member of the hurd (#-1) on Wed Apr 13th, 2005 at 12:36:06 GMT

Here is good website I will introduce it to my friends ʪ Ī ʪͼƬ ʪ̳ ͼ ͼ2 links add Health links ֪ʶȫ ʪ ʪ վŻ վŻ ʪ ʪ ʪ ʪ ʪ ʪ ʪ ʪ ʪ Բ Բ֪ʶ վŻ Google google Google ֪ʶ ѯ Ʒ Ʒ ...........


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