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German goverment recommends immediate actions for a secured Internet (Apr 30, 2000)

Linux domain in Holland obtained by commercial firm (continued) (Apr 01, 2000)

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New distribution : Think Blue Linux (Feb 21, 2000)

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German Linux distributions (Feb 14, 2000) STORit box (multimedia services to end-users) runs on Linux (Nov 29, 1999)

Dutch Unix User Group meeting concentrates on Linux and Open Source (Oct 09, 1999)

Linux trademark Freed in Germany (Sep 18, 1999)

Siemens' benchmark of SAP R/3 (Sep 16, 1999)

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