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Understanding Linux

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Linux experts Marcel Gagné and Peter van der Linden, who recently published new books on the subject, will be online Wednesday, Sept. 28 at Noon ET to answer questions about the open source operating system, which is often used as an alternative to Microsoft Windows.

Some interesting Q from newbies, wanna-be-newbies, and not-so-newbies &A from the experts.

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