Celebrate the 4th of July From the Command Line

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Anonymous's picture

How was that in anyway useful?

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The therapy is not working!

Mitch Frazier is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal.


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I love it, thanks for the show :). LJ makes linux even more fun!

We need a tech-tip to make

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We need a tech-tip to make an animation like this !

check out the link in the

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