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Boston Linux Meeting Wednesday, December 15th What's New with BSD

When: December 15, 2004 7:00PM (6:30 for Q&A)
Topic: What's New with BSD
Moderator: Robert A. Getschmann
Location:  MIT Building E51 Room 315
*** Note room change from last month. 

Rob returns to the BLU to give us an update of what is happening in the
BSD community. For those new to the Linux community, BSD is derived from
the UNIX? operating system developed at the University of California,

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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