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Thanks to all those many readers who entered our competition to win a copy of Red Hat Linux 9 for Dummies signed by none less than Jon 'maddog' Hall himself.

Well, the Vulture Central competitions directorate have spent the entire weekend writing names on little pieces of paper and sticking them into an enormous hat, and here are the lucky twenty winners:

  • Sarah Carter

  • Terry Churchill

  • Alan Gaunton

  • Sharon Gregory

  • Chris Jackson

  • Emma Joyce

  • Mansel Kersey

  • Len

  • Martin Ling

  • Colin Martin

  • Richard Molyneux

  • Jonathan Pye

  • Keith O'Riordan

  • Helen de Rijk

  • Shahram Taherzadeh

  • Annette Thomas

  • Richard Tricker

  • Dave Tuck

  • Mattias Widman

  • Jeff Wooliscroft

Those of the above who did not include their postal addresss with their entry will be notified by email shortly, and should get that info. to us asap.



Those entrants who were not lucky this time should not despair - we're currently looking into a new competition to offer some similar goodies to El Reg readers. More soon... ®

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