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Tux Power! - a compilation of music made with Linux

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Linux has released its first compilation CD of music by artists
using libre software - Tux Power! Every single part of the CD was made
on Linux, including all the music, the mastering (with Jamin) and the
artwork (with Scribus).

Full preview versions of the tracks in Ogg Vorbis format are available.

You can also download a tarball containing all the Vorbis files and a
readme file with details of the software used by the artists featured on
the compilation.

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