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UNIX/Linux Forums Post Of The Week 03, January, 2010

Which post should win this weeks UNIX/Linux post of the week nomination contest?

Choose from the posts listed throughout the forum(s), and vote for your favorite post now.

What is Topic Of The Week?

Post of the Week is a contest that select posts which we would like the community to commit to as a group and then comment/discuss on them during the course of the selected week. Any listed topic (thread) is eligible for the Topic of the week selection. However, you cannot nominate your own post nor encourage others to nominate your post.

What determines a Post Of The Week?

Post Of The Week is based on a simple nomination system. Throughout the selected forums, members with adequate permissions can nominate their favorite topic by clicking on the award nomination button below the post.

The posts with the most nominations during the course of the week are displayed in this thread using the poll feature. At the end of the week, the first three topics with the most nominations are the award winners of the contest.
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