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September 2010 Issue of The PCLinuxOS Magazine

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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the September 2010 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine.

In the September 2010 issue:

LXDE: An Overview
LXDE: The Control Center
LXDE: Autostart Apps With .desktop Files
Installing PCLinuxOS-LXDE On An IBM Thinkpad 600e
Does Linux Market Share Matter? What Matters?
OpenOffice 3.2, Part 4: Impress
Command Line Interface Intro: Part 12
Ms_Meme's Nook: Download The Distro
Forum Foibles: User Names
Computer Languages A to Z: Octave
Alternate OS: Syllable, Part 1
Ladies Of PCLinuxOS: Meemaw
Educational Linux!
Game Zone: Battle For Wesnoth
Repo Spotlight: Repository Speed Test
and much, much more!

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