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Sep 27, 1999, 20:43 (12 Talkback[s])
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"Jesux Developers is billing its Jesux (pronounced hay-sooks) product as "the Linux distribution for Christian hackers, schools, families, and churches."

"Hoax or reality? Based on information on the company's web page, Jesux looks like it might be a legitimate, albeit controversial, Linux distribution."

"So-called Christian software programs are common. And they go beyond applications for Bible education and Sunday school record automation. Every category, from point of sale systems, to Oracle database applications, to accounting programs, is represented. Thanks to Jesux, operating systems are now represented, as well."

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