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TUX Issue #4 Available

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This issue features:

*From the Publisher: Easy Does It
*From the Editor: How to Make Linux Perfect for the Desktop
*Letters to the Editor
*Q&A with Mango Parfait
*HomePlate: Let a Tomboy Manage Your Notes
*Suited Up: Getting Started with OpenOffice.org Calc
*TUX Explains: Introduction to Linux Security, Part I
*TUX Explains: Scrapbooks and Albums
*TUX Explains: Windows-to-Linux Migrations with Qt
*Review: Libranet 3.0
*Review: palmOne LifeDrive
*Review: Seagate 400GB External Drive
*Review: Capsule Reviews

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