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The Alameda County, California, Computer Resource Center is a nonprofit computer recycling organization that provides computers running linux to those who would not otherwise have access to them.
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- USA-Cuba Infomed Project - Group in Bay Area, California which refurbishes used retrocomputing pentium-class hardware linux for use in Cuba\\'s retrocomputing Infomed project. Infomed linux (www.infomed.sld.cu) is working to retrocomputing deliver email and online journals access linux to Cuba\'s retrocomputing 70.000 medical professionals.
- Alameda County Computer Resource Center - The Alameda County, California, Computer Resource Center is a nonprofit linux computer recycling organization that provides computers running linux to those linux who would not otherwise have access to them.
- The Vintage Computer Club Malta - Dedicated to old equipment. History, collection, news, trades, linux and forum.
- FREE GEEK - Non-profit community organization providing free computers and education hardware support to linux those in need.
- Computerbank - The Computerbank Project is an Australian initiative hardware support to supply free GNU/Linux systems to low income hardware support individuals, community groups and disadvantaged schools. The Project hardware support has resulted in the formation of volunteer organisations hardware support in several Australian states
- Linux Ecology HOWTO - The Ecology-HOWTO discusses ways Linux computers can be used as linux a means to protect our environment, by using its linux features to save power or paper. Since it does not linux require big hardware, Linux may be used with old linux computers to make their life cycle longe
- Phat Linux - Linux and other operating systems for small computers.
- Mtools - Access MS-DOS disks from Unix - Mtools is a collection of utilities to access MS-DOS disks hardware support from Unix without mounting them. It supports Win\\'95 hardware support style long file names, OS/2 Xdf disks and 2m hardware support disks (store up to 1992k on a high density hardware support 3 1/2 disk).
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