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Subject: anyone know where to
Date: 1999/10/05
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subject says it all !


From: "Řystein Kristoffer Paulsen" <>
Subject: Re: anyone know where to
Date: 1999/10/05
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<> wrote:
> subject says it all !


There is also a GUI available now. Get that from

�ystein Kristoffer

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