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From: barr@pop.psu.edu (David Barr)
Subject: *** Upcoming removal of comp.os.linux ***
Date: 10 Nov 1993 15:03:02 GMT

******************* DO NOT POST TO COMP.OS.LINUX **********************

        Since the comp.os.linux.* groups were created on Aug 12, the
moderator of news.announce.newgroups plans to remove comp.os.linux
on November 11.  Many sites have removed local posting for comp.os.linux.
Also, many Linux gurus have stopped reading or posting to this group.

        Start using the comp.os.linux.* groups instead:

comp.os.linux.announce 
                   Announcements important to the Linux community. (Moderated)
comp.os.linux.admin       Installing and administering Linux systems.
comp.os.linux.development Ongoing work on the Linux operating system.
comp.os.linux.help        Questions and advice about Linux.
comp.os.linux.misc        Linux-specific topics not covered by other groups.

        If your site does not carry these newsgroups, then complain loudly
to your news admin.  Do NOT crosspost to comp.os.linux.  News administrators,
please mark comp.os.linux as "n" (no local posting) as recommended by
the news.announce.newgroups moderator.

        This notice is being posted every 2 days.  If you do not wish
to read this notice, please add it to your kill file.

--Dave

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