LinuxWorld Attendees Refurbish Aging PCs For Schools

This year's LinuxWorld was the scene of an "Installfest" effort to refurbish hundreds of old, discarded PCs for use in local schools in need. The idea was to get LinuxWorld attendees to donate some of their time at the show to provide the manpower. Sponsors included Untangle, a developer of open-source network gateway systems, and the Alameda County Computer Resource Center, a non-profit computer recycling organization.

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