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TUX Issue #9 Now Available

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Issue number nine, December 2005, of TUX now is available. This month:

*Q&A with Mango Parfait
*P2P: Sneak Preview: KDE 3.5
*TUX Explains: kllk and Run
*TUX Explains: Window Maker Is a Powerful Desktop Lite
*TUX Explains: Add Custom Actions to Your KDE Konqueror Pop-up Menus
*TUX Explains: From the Trench
*TUX Explains: Inkscape, Part III: Composing for the Open Clip Art Library
*Review: Gadget Guy, Merry Linuxmas! - Memorex 2GB TravelDrive, Panasonic
Lumix FZ-30, Robosapien v2

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