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04-03-2005, 02:22 PM
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@All,

I've collected alot of information about various PC solutions and
would like to store it in a Knowledge Base that's very easy to use
and free (or low cost). Here's one that has good reviews:

1) General Knowledge Base (GKB)

If anyone has some other ideas please share

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Hi BP,

Have you looked at OpenIT
http://openit.dancoulter.com/drupal/

Also there's "OpenCyc":
http://www.opencyc.org/

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