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November 2005 of TUX, Issue 8

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The November issue of TUX is now available for download. This months issue includes:

*From the Publisher: Linux on Hardware
*From the Editor: Civil Disobedience and Linux
*Letters to the Editor
*Q&A with Mango Parfait
*TUX Explains: Inkscape: the Elements of Design, Part II
*TUX Explains: Lightweight Desktops: Xfce
*TUX Explains: BasKet Tutorial
*TUX Explains: Wireless Networking with ndiswrapper
*TUX Explains: Give Multiple Distros the Boot
*Review: Evermore Integrated Office Kicks Keister
*Review: Gadget Guy - Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 and the Logitech MX 3000 Laser
*Review: Capsul Reviews - Evince, NVU, and Novell Evolution



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