The Lounge What is on Your Mind? Does anyone know what technology this logo belongs to? Post 303042928 by drl on Saturday 11th of January 2020 11:16:12 AM
Hi.

Yeah, late.

Searched for logo q1 or o1 or 01, and followed links to images (old-fashioned footwork).

It could be either PPM, a tape manufacturer, or the outfit that designed the logo for PPM:

PPM Industries | Tape you can trust | Adhesive Tapes manufacturer
Q1. Launching a new brand in the American car refinishing market – CCRZ

Best wishes ... cheers, drl
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lxsession-logout - program to logout from LXSession SYNOPSIS
lxsession-logout [options...] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the lxsession-logout command. lxsession-logout is a program that to logout from LXSession. It gives a good-looking logout dialog. OPTIONS
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