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Product: Linux Anthology

Includes Linux Pro , Red Hat Linux , Slackware Linux , Debian Linux , Sunsite Archive CDs , TSX-11 Archive CDs , plus the Linux Encyclopedia and The Linux Man Pages book. Also includes test drives of WebKit and FlagShip it's a must for the Linux enthusiast or anyone who wants a comprehensive Linux resource.

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Ordering Information:
Retail Price: US$ 149.95
Manufacturer: WGS
Category: LxDistribsC
Shipping Weight: 9 lbs
Dimensions: TBD
ISBN-Code: 1-888894-27-X
Replacement: 00569

Our Price: US$ 139.00
Part#: 00030
Item Code: LXANT (formerly LXLIB)
Version: 1.0
Classification: C
UPC-Code: 061590000030
Replacement: 00501

This product has been discontinued. Please see each of the individual items for further information, and in some cases their replacements.
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Product: Linux Antholgy

System Requirements: See each the requirements for each of the respective included products.

Further Information:
We suggest following the links above, it might be worth counting how many CDs & Books this product delivers in all for the price! This is a fabulous product for the person or company starting out with evaluating and trying to decide which distribution of Linux that they wish to settle on as their personal preference.

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