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From: adam@yggdrasil.com (Adam J. Richter)
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
Subject: Yggdrasil at COMDEX
Date: 13 Nov 1994 15:30:47 +0200
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Lars Wirzenius)
Message-ID: <3a54e7$3q2@kruuna.Helsinki.FI>

	If you're going to Comdex, don't miss the Yggdrasil Computing
booth.  We are at the main Sands Convention Center in booth S-3086
(like the microprocessor, but with a "0" in the middle).

	We will have the brand new Second Edition of The Linux Bible,
the Fall 1994 release of Plug-and-Play Linux, and MoCheap 1.2.4.
Drop by and pick up a free copy of the new issue of The Linux Journal.

	If you have friends who are going to Comdex, this is a perfect
way to show them what Linux can do.  We have free guest passes
to COMDEX.  If you would like some, give us a call at (408) 261-6630.

	We will also be showing a number of interesting Linux
capabilities that many Linux users have never seen, including:

		o An ELF Linux system
		o SVR4 binary emulation
		o The DOS emulator
		o The Andrew System
		o The Wine MS-Windows emulator

	Corrine Buteau, Dan Quilan, and Adam Richter will be staffing
the booth.  Hope to see you there!

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