Linux Journal Contents #190, February 2010

Linux Journal Issue #190/February 2010

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Would like to see the issue's Advertiser Index!

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I was hoping to find the current issue's Advertiser Index. Your "Buyer's Guide" link in the site navbar doesn't give me what I want: a list of system vendors that sell systems with Linux pre-installed. I don't want particular products, just the vendors (I can browse their sites for particular offerings that meet my specs).

Now I'll have to dig around (and might miss some of the companies that support you and the Linux community). Hope you can include an Advertiser Index in the future!

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