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We have eight RSS files available. One file contains all of our headlines in the order that the articles appear on our front page. Another RSS file covers only our local features. The remaining six files contain headlines specific to each of our six topic channels.

All of our headlines, regardless of topic, appear in the following file:Our featured articles, editorials, and download pages appear here:If you want only the Linux-specific, BSD, programming, system administration, news, or applications headlines, use one (or more) of the following:

As of October 18, 2003, our main RSS file was valid.
Please report any bugs to: webmaster [at] librenix.com

For information on putting our headlines (and others) on your website scan the following links:

mail this link | score:0 | -Ray, June 3, 2000 (Updated: March 19, 2007)
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