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Date: Tue, 16 Feb 1999 06:59:25 +0100
From: Frank Ronneburg <fr at>
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From: "Jack Pierce" <jack at>
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Subject: Linux Apps Directory

I say your linux users group listed at the Red Hat web site.

I thought you and your group would like to know about the 
Linux Apps Directory at
It is a searchable database of thousands of linux apps. 
If you have an app that you would like to share, you can
also submit it to the database easly.

Thanks, Jack Pierce
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