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From: hman@dei.unipd.it (Heiko Herold)
Subject: Linux & Padua University (Italy) at I2U convention
Message-ID: < ann-10205.769219636@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Wed, 18 May 1994 00:07:38 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

                      Linux at the i2u convention
                             19,20 May 1994
                           Milanofiori (Italy)

19 and 20 May, in "Centro Congressi Milanofiori" (Assago, Milan, ITALY),
will be the "i2u Convention '94", the annual convention of open system's
users.

Linus Torvalds, will present two tutorials (begin at 14:15 pm):

	o Linux Architecture
	o Features of the kernel
	o Network support
	o Development, Upgrade, Distributions


Giuseppe Zanetti, will present, in the i2u stand, a new Linux book and some
linux related software developed at "DIPARTIMENTO DI ELETTRONICA e INFORMATICA,
UNIVERSITA` DI PADOVA":

	o DEI-SLS: a mini-distribution for students with support of C and
               C++ (5 disks for the base version, 8 with X, documentation in
               italian)

	o DEI-TeX: a distribution of TeX for students (in italian)

	o Xapc: a tcl-based C and C++ programming environment (in italian)


	(based on SLS distribution, primary goal: simple installation)


Giuseppe Zanetti



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