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fsck /linux - the voters' choice

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Click here to buy this lovely t-shirtCash'n'Carrion Well, it's been a white-knuckle rollercoaster sort of a day what with the nail-biting conclusion to the US presidential election and all that, but elsewhere in the world, life must continue regardless.

Which is why we're offering the eleven readers who are still with us and not glued to the BBC's exciting wall-to-wall coverage of said Clash of Titans - replete with massed ranks of pundits speculating themselves into a state of nervous exhaustion - the chance to snap up the long-awaited reprint of old favourite fsck /linux.

We don't really need to elaborate on the blurb, which describes the shirt as "one for BOFHs and propellorheads everywhere". Suffice it to say that the 100 per cent premium cotton t-shirt is available in sizes from medium to XXL and goes out for a decidedly Democratic £12.76 (£14.99 inc VAT). Click on the pic or here to go straight to the shirt. ®

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