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Gnu privacy guard

GNU’s encryption and digital signature tool intended to be a free replacement for PGP.


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  • Gnu problem report management system

    programming (GNATS) GNU’s bug tracking system. Users who experience problems use electronic mail, web-based or other clients communicating with the GNATS network daemon running at the support site, or direct database submissions to communicate these problems to maintainers at that Support Site. (http://gnu.org/software/gnats). (2002-06-12)

  • Gnu public licence

    legal Properly known as the General Public License. Improperly known as the General Public Virus. (1995-05-04)

  • Gnus

    [noo, nyoo] /nu, nyu/ noun, plural gnus (especially collectively) gnu. 1. either of two stocky, oxlike antelopes of the genus Connochaetes, the silver-gray, white-bearded C. taurinus of the eastern African plain and the black, white-tailed C. gnou of central South Africa: recently near extinction, the South African gnu is now protected. /nuː/ noun (pl) gnus, […]

  • Gnu sed

    tool, text A GNU version of the standard Unix Sed stream editor. GNU sed was written by Tom Lord lord+@andrew.cmu.edu. Version 2.03. FTP from your nearest GNU archive site. E-mail: (bugs). (1993-08-09)

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