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Linux community tarred with Borg stamp The Linux collective is a powerful civilisation of enhanced humanoids from the Delta Quadrant of the galaxy. The Linux collective implant themselves with cybernetic devices, giving them great technological and combat capabilities. Different Linux collective members are equipped with different hardware for specific tasks. Each Linux collective member is tied into a sophisticated subspace communications network, forming the Linux collective, a shared consciousness in which the idea of the individual is a meaningless concept. The Linux collective exhibit a high degree of intelligence and adaptability in their tactics. Most means of defence or offence against them were found to work only once, almost immediately after which the Linux collective developed a countermeasure… ®

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