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The resource is currently on dxzone.com in 2 categories. Main category is Linux that is about Ham radio programs for linux platform. This link has been on our site since Friday Dec 26 2014, and it has been clicked on 2986 times. So far it received 10 votes for a total score of 6.41/10

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