LJ 1: Linux and Hams
Mar 01, 1994 By Phil Hughes
A couple of weeks ago I posted the following to the Usenet newsgroup comp.os.linux.misc. I am the editor of
Linux Journal, a paper magazine that will be covering the Linux scene. In my correspondence with people about writing articles for LJ I have seen an amazing number of ham calls. Being a ham myself (WA6SWR) I was just wondering how many of “us” ar
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