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German Ubuntu Boxed Set to be sold in stores

Canonical and Open Source Press GmbH have collaborated on the delivery of a full boxed set of the upcoming Ubuntu 6.06 LTS. Available in German, it will be sold in book stores for EUR 49.95.
Read more about it here if you happend to be in Germany and want your Ubuntu in German…

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The Ubuntu box set will be sold in book stores with a recommended price of EUR 49.95, and will include:-

- 4 DVDs (Ubuntu and Kubuntu, both for Intel x86 and AMD64 architectures)

- a 300 page manual in German

- free e-mail installation support

- many extras including a trial version of “Moneyplex,” a home-banking software, a personal e-GroupWare Account, and an Ubuntu T-shirt

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