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From: Alan Cox <>
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
Subject: WWW: Changes for
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 1996 13:44:13 GMT
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Approved: (Lars Wirzenius)
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Because various people in the UK have decided that its a good idea to extort
money for keeping UK domain names has moved to That means as a whole is only paying for one
domain now.

The old domain will vanish over time (like when they try and make me pay the
bill). Please therefore update links to these pages on other servers.

Secondly it seemed like a good time to redo all the pages, so its all been
brightened up, works on mono displays and is 100% lynx friendly. It also
contains a lot more information and pointers to reflect Linux 2.0 and the
many architectures now supported. [Thats a plug by the way ;)]

Thirdly: I'm moving jobs in about 2 weeks. Nobody should be sending stuff to, but in 2 weeks it will cease to work. The correct
place to send Linux stuff is ""

Alan Cox

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