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February 2011 issue of The PCLinuxOS Magazine Released

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The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the February 2011 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine.

In the February 2011 issue:

* e17: System Panel, Part 2
* e17 Accessories: ePDF & ePhoto
* Short Story: WWW Collapse
* Scribus, Part 2: Starting The Project
* SSH: An Easier-Than-You-Thought Tutorial
* Calibre: A High Caliber Ebook Tool
* DVB Streaming In PCLinuxOS
* Computer Languages A to Z: Vala & Visual Basic
* Firefox Add-ons: FireFTP
* Customize Your LXDE Right Click Menu
* Game Zone: DOD:S & Steam Tips For Dual Booters
* WindowMaker On PCLinuxOS: Introduction
* PCLinuxOS Artists Win First, Second Place
* And much more!

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