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2010

NET Bible : The Biblical Studies Foundation

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The NET Bible ™ Learning Environment leads the way for a new generation of online Bible study and research tools. It offers a vast and growing library of trustworthy content all integrated into an easy-to-use online environment. This puts high quality Bible study tools and resources within reach of the whole world without charge - a price all pastors, missionaries, Bible teachers and individuals can afford. We invite you to use netbible.org, in your personal devotional and study time. We pray it will prove useful as you learn and grow in your faith. We also invite you to provide us with your feedback (bottom of each page) to help us improve the functionality and usability of these tools.

2009

Home | The Linux Foundation

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Home | The Linux Foundation

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EU AQUI COM O damn small linux The Linux Foundation Learn more about the Linux Foundation and how we are fostering the growth of Linux. HOJE 16 DE SETEMBRO DE 2009 QUARTA-FEIRA AQUI : carteirodopoente, linuxfoundation carteirodopoente

The Linux Foundation (linuxfoundation) on Twitter

EU AQUI COM O damn small linux linuxfoundation followingFollowing You follow linuxfoundation linuxfoundation's tweets appear in your timeline. 1. #flt4: "Zemlin trying to make me go to burger place called InNOut and 'ask for it animal style'. I'm wise to ur tricks, Gremlin."about 3 hours ago from

2008

2007

OpenPrinting/Database/Foomatic - The Linux Foundation

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LinuxPrinting.org: Foomatic Foomatic is a database-driven system for integrating free software printer drivers with common spoolers under Unix. It supports CUPS, LPRng, LPD, GNUlpr, Solaris LP, PPR, PDQ, CPS, and direct printing with every free software printer driver known to us and every printer known to work with these drivers. Foomatic ships in whole or in part in Mandrake/Mandriva >= 7.2 (full Foomatic from 8.1 on), Red Hat >= 7.1, Conectiva >= 8.0, Debian, SuSE, Ubuntu, and probably most other distributions. Why the funny name? [edit] Using Foomatic with a particular printer and spooler

Main Page - The Linux Foundation

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InfoWorld: Linux and Windows Duke it Out Over Energy Efficiency (August 28, 2007)