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Amman Linux Installation Festival

Under the High Patronage of Mighty Penguin, Jordan Linux Users Group is pleased to invited you to Amman Linux Installation Festival 29th December 2007.



Time: 9:00 a.m - 9:00 p.m. on Saturday December 29th 2007.
Place : Azzahra' Hall - Jordan Engineers Association (Mojamma3 Elnaqabat) in Shemisani. Amman, Jordan.
What: Live installation of various Linux flavors. Bring your PC or laptop and get professional help in installing the latest and greatest GNU/Linux OS.
Who: Volunteers from Jolug members.
Duration: All day.


Free entry tickets
Free Linux DVDs & CDs
Free Linux Installation
Free presentation
Free soft drink.


Way to confirm





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