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Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2012 14:45:38 -0400
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Dear Student:

A retired professor from the college of business is giving 
away a free computer with Linux on it.  Please see the email 
message below for more detail.

If you are interested, please contact Don Behan at 
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Thank you,


On 5/24/2012 9:42 PM, Yi Pan wrote:
> Don:
> Many thnaks for your help.
> Tammie:
> Can you ask our students if they are interested in the computer and books?
> Thanks
> Yi
> ----- 原始邮件 -----
> 发件人: "Donald F Behan"<[log in to unmask]>
> 收件人: [log in to unmask]
> 发送时间: 星期五, 2012年 5 月 25日 上午 2:38:10 GMT +08:00 北京/重庆/香港/乌鲁木齐
> 主题: Free Computer with Linux
> Dear Prof. Pan,
> I am a retired professor from the college of business.  I have a computer that I set up to run with Linux, but I no longer need to have it, and I would be willing to donate it to your department or to a student.  It doesn't have a monitor, but it has all of the other parts, including a 60 Hz APC power device that can support the computer as well as other devices.  I also have several books that explain Linux software, and I would donate them with it.  Please let me know if there is someone in your department that would like to have a Linux computer, and I will bring it to your department and donate it.  If there is not anyone who would like to have it, can you suggest an alternate place that I could donate it where the fact that it runs with Linux would be useful?  Thank you for your consideration.
> Don Behan