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Old 05-07-2006, 03:33 AM   #1
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LXer: Trustix will Move Forward


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Trustix Secure Linux has been your choice for a Stable and Secure Linux. Trustix has been going through a rough period with its loss of Talented and skillful developers, but its time for us as a community to move forward and develop this great distribution. Sincere thanks to Erlend Midttun, Christian Haugan Toldness and Oyestein who have given their best to making a Successful, Stable and Secure (SSS) Distro.

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