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coders tackle power efficiency
have begun serious work to cut power consumption,
extending laptop battery life and easing server costs.
Linux 2008 released
Linux distribution Mandriva 2008 has been released after six months of
development and testing. The
new release comes packaged with all the latest open source software and
many enhancements. Some of the latest software includes KDE 3.5.7, the
new GNOME 2.20, version 220.127.116.11 of the Linux kernel with fair
scheduling support, OpenOffice.org 2.2.1, a 3D-accelerated desktop
courtesy of Compiz Fusion 0.5.2 and Mozilla Firefox 18.104.22.168.
seller confirms that outspoken Java server software
executive Marc Fleury won't return from paternity leave.
Hat's next Linux due before March
plans to ship its next major version of the operating
system on February 28, two months after its earlier deadline.
with new competitive challenges, Linux seller Red Hat has
begun promising protection against intellectual-property lawsuits.
Ubuntu chief: Oracle Linux has 'tactical value'
Oracle could benefit from
offering its own Linux, according to Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth.
Adobe releases beta of Flash
The company is also working on 64-bit
versions of Flash, although there is no set release date.
1.0 aims to ease Linux interface
Newly released software is designed to help bridge two widely used
Linux user interfaces, KDE and GNOME.
profit from free Linux
Ubuntu, a popular free version of Linux, is looking for profit in
powers unusual multicore machine
Start-up Movidis uses 16-core MIPS processor originally designed for
networking gear to take a crack at Linux server market.
Linux look revives old debate
The use of closed-source software to give Linux
slick new graphics keeps alive a thorny legal and philosophical dispute.
says may launch own Linux version
newspaper he'd like to offer a " complete stack" of software products,
including an operating system.
Hat cancels Fedora Foundation
The company has other ideas for open-source patent
protections and governance of its hobbyist Linux product.
support 'key' to desktop Linux
should do more to make devices compatible with the open-source OS,
experts tell LinuxWorld attendees.
coverage Redmond's virtual
hug for Linux
On the eve of
Linuxworld, Microsoft offers support, and a freebie, for multi-OS
customers. Plus: A wiki for glitch hunts.
Red Hat's Fedora 5 boosts
Latest version gives enthusiasts new graphics and
virtualization options, as well as additional capabilities.
gets built-in Cell processor support
The updated Linux kernel also includes Oracle
clustered databases and improves how the OS runs on multiprocessor
lab mending fences with techies
Open Source Development Labs expects the group to
foster closer ties with sometimes-disgruntled programmers.
firm MontaVista seeks new CEO
Jim Ready, CEO of the embedded Linux specialist,
will step down from his post to become chief technology officer.
Update to Linux kernel
debuts after 'false alarms'
Latest version of OS is out, almost a month overdue. Still, Linus
Torvalds sees improvements " all over the place."
Red Hat looks under Linux's hood
Aiming for a more active role in open-source programming, Red Hat is
expanding its R& D efforts on the operating system.
Second-tier Linux makers
release new products
debuts Breezy Badger, while Mandriva offers three versions with support
for wireless networking, other features.
Hat releases newest Fedora
Among other features, the free Linux package comes with the Xen
virtualization software and version 4 of GCC.
signs Red Hat deal
Agency agrees to use Red Hat security software, CNET News.com has
learned, furthering company's push to win government accounts.
A new home for Linux
Linus Torvalds looks to move his project's source
code after a conflict involving its current repository.
to ship Xen in next Linux
Due in mid-April, new SuSE Linux will let programmers test software on
Red Hat: Fedora will
Firm says it snubbed early adopters when it shifted attention to
business-focused version of Linux. It hopes to make amends with Fedora.
LinuxWorld: Too loose with licenses?
Proliferation problem" prompts board to rethink number of open-source
licenses. Also: CA to mothball products.
Scenes from LinuxWorld
SuSE releases critical patches
Linux seller creates patches to address vulnerabilities that
can be exploited for spoofing or denial-of-service attacks.
Red Hat unveils
government business unit
Linux seller is also touting a new seven-year contract
with the Department of Energy's national labs.
Red Hat tests new programming aid
Top Linux seller begins public testing of software to make it easier
for developers to write programs for its various versions of the OS.
Red Hat, SuSE release
Linux vendors release patches to resolve operating-system
vulnerabilities ranging from DoS attacks to buffer overflows.
New Linux bid for Red Hat
Earlier effort to tap insights of open-source enthusiasts fell short.
Will take two bring better returns?
Intel more active
in desktop Linux
effort to make it easier for sales partners
in China, India to sell desktop computers running Linux.
tightens Linux ties
software gets nod for new servers, News.com has learned. Also: Is AMD
in Dell's future?
readies Linux servers
OpenPower line to debut Monday as Big Blue
looks beyond chip's high-end niche, News.com has learned.
may power South Korean schools
An all-Unix plan is
also being considered, but the open-source OS will likely dominate the
system, sources say.
Linux release features Windows
Windows applications on a Linux desktop has become a little easier with
the release of PowerPak 1.4 by Linux vendor Lycoris. The release,
which uses technology from software developer CodeWeavers, lets
customers run Microsoft applications
without paying for a Windows license.
asked to step into Linux trademark fight
Open-source operating system's inventor works to prevent hijacking of
Linux name--a battle he won years ago in the United States.
Novell to debut server Linux update
Flagship SuSE Linux product gets a rebuild around the
enterprise-friendly 2.6 kernel. Take that, Red Hat.
Red Hat joins Novell e-mail
Upcoming update to Linux seller's enterprise offering includes mail
program, more server support and security enhancements.
Sony, Panasonic, others
stump for Linux
A consortium of companies releases software to advance use of Linux in
consumer electronics devices.
contributors face new rules
updateOpen Source Development Labs, the
group that employs Linus Torvalds,
puts in place a system designed to better track and document changes to
the Linux kernel.
Who really created Linux?
A new report raises doubts that Linus Torvalds could have launched
Linux without using an earlier operating system.
Red Hat releases new hobbyist
Hat updating both Linux versions
The update for the
company's Enterprise Linux product has been released
with added support for x86 chips and IBM JS20 blade servers. Up next,
the new release of the cutting edge Fedora.
opens up tech support for Linux
Continuing its open-source push, the software maker plans to start
offering tech support for SuSE Linux and its other Linux products.
the Linux holes
Major developers such as Adobe and Intuit have
yet to show much enthusiasm for the open-source OS.
expands Linux PC line to Asia
The computers, which are geared toward business buyers, will run
Turbolinux's software, a version of the open-source operating system
based on Novell's SuSE Linux.
gets Intel help with Centrino
A year after it launched its Centrino chip package for building
notebooks with wireless networking abilities, Intel has begun a public
project to let Linux take advantage of the hardware.
servers at risk from trifecta of flaws
Three separate security bugs could be used by an ordinary user to gain
total control of a Linux server or workstation, security
Red Hat delivers test of
2.6 kernel Linux
The company has released the first test edition of Fedora Core 2, a
version of Linux that incorporates the new 2.6 kernel at the heart of
the open-source operating system.
German finance unit chooses Linux
A division of the German finance ministry moves its back-office
operations to mainframe computers that run Linux, in the latest victory
for the upstart operating system in Europe.
battle rages on
roundup SCO fires another $2 billion
broadside in its legal wranglings
with IBM. Also: Microsoft sharpens its attack.
guidelines get an upgrade
Open-source software proponent Free Standards Group makes version 2.0
of its Linux development blueprint available to the public.
Hat tests Linux update
gets major update
Version 2.6.0 is expected to carry the open-source OS into new markets.
coverage - It's a LinuxWorld
IT managers and developers gather to discuss the open-source operating
system, which is building momentum.
guru: Move quickly to new kernel
The programmer in charge of the current version of the heart of Linux
plans to curtail the adding of new features in order to encourage a
move to the upcoming kernel, a decision that's irked some.
in Linux kernel allows attack
The Debian Project warns that a
flaw in the Linux kernel helped
attackers compromise four of the open-source software project's
leaders offer education discounts
Red Hat and
SuSE Linux launch new discounts to attract students and
educational institutions, a strategically important customer set for
Linux kernel foiled
An unknown intruder tries to insert a Trojan horse program into the
code of the next Linux kernel--an attempt that raises questions about
the security of open-source development methods.
shook up in Linux land
Novell's bid for SuSE, with IBM's
backing, bodes big changes in the open-source realm.
kernel slow to pop
Red Hat's business buyers are not likely to get all the features of
version 2.6 until 2005.
PC maker plans e-mail service
Linare, a seller of cheap Linux PCs, plans to offer a free e-mail
service for fans of the open-source operating system.
readies desktop Linux update
The company’s Linux 9.0
package adds support for 64-bit processors,
allows easier migration from Windows and includes a test version of the
latest Linux kernel.
7.20 for Linux, Solaris and FreeBSD released
Breaches, battles in Linux arena
Attack raises questions about
code behind OS. Also: SCO touts bankroll for legal fight.
Linux gets security credentials
The software seller and IBM obtain a
security certification that will
make the Linux operating system an option for military and government
lab hires second guru
day after Linus Torvalds joined the Open-Source Development Lab, the
group hires the developer who will assume responsibility for the
upcoming 2.6 version of Linux.
Red Hat aggressive
with premium Linux
wraps up current Linux core
Linux creator releases the last update to the current development
kernel, clearing the way for work on the next version of the operating
Linux 2.6 beta coming
Although Linus Torvalds didn't meet a
goal to release the upcoming
version of the operating system in June, the Linux leader says a test
version could come as soon as next week.
pushes Linux gadgets in China
chipmaker signs on computer maker Chinese 2000 Holdings to develop
and market low-cost Linux-based devices such as notebooks, PCs and
CDs on Linux
There are a number of powerful, versatile tools for
creating CDs on Linux, and with a little help, they should be easy to
take you through some of the terminology and standards, familiarize you
few hardware issues, then get on with burning CDs from the command
and using IBM WebSphere MQ 5.3 for Linux
Got the message? Well, you
will after you read this. Once we show how to install WebSphere MQ,
your way around the WebSphere MQ command application and how to use
programs to get, put, and browse messages on queues.
firms look to plug
major flaw in the software for sharing
Windows files from a Linux server has open-source firms warning
apply a patch.
Linux tapped to
be audiovisual aid
Sony and Matsushita say they
concoct a new version of the open-source operating system for consumer
electronics devices such as digital video recorders.
a two-week lag, programmers fix a flaw in
the latest Linux kernel that could cause systems to lose data. New
efforts should button up the patch process in the future.
consortium takes on Red Hat
a group of
four second-tier Linux companies working to catch leader Red Hat,
first version of the open-source operating system.
worm exploits known flaw
worm spreading among Linux
servers takes advantage of a flaw discovered more than a month ago in a
designed to strengthen the privacy of Internet communications.
to make public debut
month, the public will get
its first look at the unified version of Linux for businesses,
developed by a
four-company consortium. Can it really challenge niche leader Red
a Linux world
Red Hat and Sun
reveal plans expected to give Linux a boost on
corporate computer desktops.
German programmer is the first to make a Linux
application for the Xbox without using Microsoft tools. It may only
mascot " Tux" on the start-up screen, but it's a start.
boosts Linux for oil
Blue has signed a deal with Landmark
Graphics to build Linux supercomputers and PCs for oil and gas
companies will announce.
OPERA MAKES YOUR PENGUIN FLY:
Opera 6.0 for Linux
Predecessor's Record Downloads
Oslo, Norway - May 15, 2002 - Opera
Software ASA today releases the final
version of Opera 6.0 for Linux with features that improve the speed and
experience for Linux users worldwide. Opera's earlier version for the
platform, Opera 5 for Linux, was downloaded and installed over one
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to build Linux supercomputer
announces a contract to build a
Linux-powered supercomputer for the U.S. Department of Energy. Says an
There is more than one top player" in supercomputing.
buffer overflow in a common software library used
by all versions of Linux could leave the lion's share of systems based
on the OS
open to attack.
Pulls Linux Into Closer Orbit
company embraces the open-source OS. Also: Playing
catch-up in storage.
Expects Break-Even Second
feat would be a significant milestone for the company:
It was profitable for a time, but it now faces heavy competition from
and established titans such as Microsoft and Sun.
02/02/2002The Week In Review: Penguin
Fans of the
open-source movement get a boost from new
converts as LinuxWorld Conference and Expo kicks off in New York, but
doesn't mean that all is well in Linux land.
LinuxWorld: Approaching a
2002 edition of the OS show
spotlights the latest news: Can different versions of Linux get along
another? Also: New gadgets draw big crowds.
The 2002 edition of OS show puts the spotlight on
the latest developments: Telecom companies seek to define a "
carrier-grade" server is Linus Torvalds stuck in a bottleneck?
Linux Investment Nearly
Big Blue nearly
redeems the $1 billion it said it invested
in the Linux operating system in 2001, the head of IBM's four server
expected to announce.
Signs Up HP,
The company signs
deals under which Hewlett-Packard and
Compaq Computer will promote and sell its Linux server management
To Sell Linux Kits For
electronics giant says it will
sell kits for Linux programmers in coming months to allow Linux
run on its PlayStation 2 game console.
Changes Open-Source License
Linux company makes a philosophical shift in a key new
open-source software project that now will be governed by a less
Red Hat To Offer High-End
top seller of Linux will begin offering a higher-end
and more specialized version of Linux later this year that won't be as
find as the current all-purpose package.
To Sell Linux-Only
new model is the strongest indication so far of IBM's
enthusiasm for uniting the comparatively new operating system with the
decades-old business computer line.
2 Arrives In Linux Test
Linus Torvalds, founder and leader of the
operating-system project, releases the newest version of the core
Settlement Lets Linux
The German open-source company settles a trademark suit
over the name " Krayon," allowing it to resume shipments of its Linux
Hat And Compaq Announce Port Of Red Hat Linux 7.2 To Compaq's Alpha
After a two-year reign as the power behind the throne, Linux has been
usurped by Microsoft software on the royal family's Web site.
Flaw Threatens Linux Servers
A vulnerability in the widely used FTP server leaves numerous sites
open to online attackers. The situation worsens when Red Hat mistakenly
releases information on the flaw.
Linux 7.2 Now
Arabic Linux Released
started the first Arabization systems to support its 1st customer
Allah.com's free Arabic Islamic college, which al-Hamdulillah has more
than 6000 students and over 200,000 pages of Islamic traditions.
Linuxvision is about to release the source code of Sheba Linuxvision
Arabic Enabler End User Desktop Client and also a full Arabic Linux
Distribution CDs. Making Sheba the first and the best Arabization
client for Linux in which you can browse and type Arabic in Linux
Shows New Version Of StarOffice
The company is showing Linux
fans the next version of StarOffice, the most viable
competition to Microsoft's Office package, and will release the beta
version in October.
The Look Of Linux
Never mind the kernel. Linus
Torvalds says the big thing of late is a
more refined user interface.
Microsoft learns from
Linux's strengths, Red Hat wants to take the OS to schools,
and Turbolinux looks beyond its namesake.
Debate Focuses On Future
video Open-source leaders
gathered this week at LinuxWorld in San Francisco
to discuss the future of the programming movement they helped create.
Gets Down To Business
balks, but other big guns such as IBM salute open source at LinuxWorld.
Finds New Backing For Linux
Updating the love it has for Linux,
IBM argues that the relatively new operating system
has begun fulfilling its potential as mainstream customers build
serious servers with it
To Sell Secure Version Of Linux
The product marks a departure for computer makers that traditionally
have favored partnerships with companies such as Red Hat that sell
Browser 5.05 For Linux
Technology Preview 1 Introduces Java
Week In Review: Respect For Linux
Supporters of Linux and open-source software celebrated new muscle in
the form of software and tool updates, but Microsoft still wants to
spoil the party.
Linux Validated For Oracle 9i
The German Linux seller hopes moving onto 9i will broaden its reach
into enterprises, since Oracle has the leading database market share
and 9i is its flagship product.
Hat Meets Estimates
just in The top seller of the Linux operating
system becomes profitable by some measurements while meeting analyst
expectations for the most recent quarter.
Software Subscriptions Doomed
video Linus Torvalds tells CNET News.com that
software subscriptions from Microsoft and others are a " horrible" idea
that is doomed.
of Chat with Linus Torvalds
transcript of MSNBC's Feb. 9 chat with Linux creator Linus Torvalds,
Says Corel Deal Won't Affect Linux
Linux Serves Up Improved Slim Server
Clocks In With New Linux Watch
8.0 Now Available For Download
Red Hat Linux Version 7.1
Maturity will be on display at the LinuxWorld
Conference and Expo this week.
Deal Provides Ammunition Against Red Hat
Announcing A Beta
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Hat Partners With Eazel For Online Services
The well-established Linux company joins the newcomer in uniting their
online services, one of a host of partnerships emerging in the
Worm--What Red Hat Linux Users Can Do About It
by the Red
Hat Linux OS Engineering Team
Vandals Modifying Ramen Linux Worm
Expands RHCE Training
To New Cities In North America
Facilities Expand Availability of Well-Known RHCE Training and
Certification Program, the Only Performance-Based OS Certification
Makers Will Take Their Time To Add Linux 2.4
Releases Next Version Of Open-Source System
Happened by Accident, Torvalds Autobiography Says
In an upcoming book, Linux creator Linus Torvalds
states that the popularity of open-source software and the Linux
operating system did not derive from a far-reaching strategic plan.
is Now Conducting an Open Beta For Volution
to Invest $1 Billion Deals Key for Linux
Unveils New Open Source
Simulation Tool for Constructing
Embedded Systems and Appliances
SID Project Enables
Design of Open Source Software Prior to
Creation of Physical Hardware
Moves to Sun's Solaris
Sun Microsystems will use
the new software that lets Linux users manage computer files, view
documents, browse the Web, and tap into Eazel's online services.
Named to the Standard 100
Lures Linux Guru Away from Rival
comdex Caldera Systems hires a
key Linux programmer formerly employed by rival company Turbolinux, a
move that underlines the competitive nature of the Linux world.
Critical Linux Names New Chief Operating Officer
Version of New Linux Kernel Available
Sells 15,000 Linux Servers to Japanese Retailer
Linux Installation Instructions
Hat Support Forums
Hat Talks Big at
SAN FRANCISCO--Red Hat may
need to trade up to an extra-large fedora if its head gets any bigger.
The seller of Linux software and support always has
been ambitious, but the company grew a step bolder today, taking credit
for launching the open-source programming movement that underlies Linux
and several other software packages.
Hat Linux 7
Announces Red Hat Linux 7
Hat to Offer Subscription Service, New Linux Release
Invests in Embedded Linux Operation
Intel is to pump money into embedded Linux software developer
MontaVista to encourage development of OS and application code for its
Helps Linux Go Global
Software Strategy Spreads Among Linux Firms
SCO Deal Highlights New Role for Unix
Offers Free Tool
Coollogic Plans Set-Top Box
New Tools Blend Linux with Bluetooth
Big Blue releases new tools that merge two of the
technologies in an effort to spur wireless networking.
Sales Boom on Server Systems
Makers Look Overseas for Profits
Aims for Red Hat in U.S. Expansion
Hat Unveils Linux " Clustering" Software for Servers
Linux Supports Open-Source Database Software
Intel Expand Linux Support
Linux 4.0 Technology Preview 4
Says Funding Round will be Last
The struggling Linux
services provider has begun its third round of funding with hopes of
raising between $25 million and $35 million.
Software Gives Linux a Legal Way to Run DVDs
" 2.4" Kernel One Step Closer to Official Release
Tests Linux-Based Web Appliance Software
a Taste of the Future
Adds Linux-Based Systems to Lineup
Turbolinux Japan and
VMware Enter Into Partnership
Workstation Japanese Version 6.0 to Bundle VMware Express for Linux
VMware Express for Linux
Renames Itself to Reflect Emphasis on Linux
OEM Agreement with IBM
Corel WordPerfect Office 2000 for Linux Deluxe
Corel's office suite marks a new high point for Linux it's
finally easy to use. With its Windows-like look
this is the perfect app for an easy transition to
Hat 6.2 Released
IBM to Join in Linux
to Offer Free
Linux Image Editor
Opera Linux Preview
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the Scope of Linux
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for Restoring Hotmail
Web Editor Will Be Ported to Linux
Announces Availability of Java 2 Platform on Linux
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Launches Certification Programme in the UK
Announces New, Expanded Operations in Japan
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Linux Palmtop, Has Arrived!
Computer researchers announced today that have developed a Linux-based
handheld computer called the Itsy. The machine uses a 200-MHz StrongARM
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Files to go Public!!!
It's official: Red Hat, the
number one seller of the Linux operating system, is going public. Red
Hat, currently the most popular seller of the Unix-like operating
system, announced today it has filed a registration statement with the
Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering, as
expected. The company is hoping to raise $96.6 million and will trade
on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol " RHAT." The initial pricing
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the desktop with its new Red Hat Linux 6.0. Unfortunately, this
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Ships Y2K Tested OpenLinux 2.3
Linux V. 2.3 Released
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Authoring Multimedia Kit Free for
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to Offer Linux With Netfinity Computers
the most significant endorsement yet of the little operating system
that could, the International Business Machines Corporation will
announce Thursday that beginning next month it will ship its Netfinity
line of network server computers with the free operating system Linux
pre-installed alongside Microsoft's Windows NT.
RHAD Labs Announces
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(MSFT) is not in as much trouble from the Linux operating system as its
executives would like us to think it is. Even Bob Young, CEO of Red Hat
Software Inc., a company that's developed its own packaging of the
Linux OS, will tell you that. Click here> ###
Microsoft Have a Reason to Fear Linux?
the Unix-like operating system was created by the free-wheeling efforts
of hundreds of programmers across the Internet, Linux is acquiring the
trappings that make it more appealing to corporate customers--for
example, interest from major computer vendors and features such as
24-hour support hotlines. But more importantly, Linux can be obtained
for free or for a fairly low cost. And with sub-$2,000 servers coming
to market from all the major vendors, saving $600 on the operating
system could prove to be an attractive selling point, say analysts.
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Collaborates with Linux
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Why Linux is a Threat
Compaq, HP, Silicon Graphics, and others plan to support the upstart,
freely distributed operating system, a strong sign of its growing
corporate credibility. A new version, released Monday, also promises to
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Heavyweights Back Linux
is taking another step toward corporate credibility as big-name
computer companies like Hewlett-Packard, Compaq, IBM, and Silicon
Graphics scramble to respond to swelling customer demand and add
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Turbo Linux 3.0.1 is Available!
Linux Updated for Macs!
it makes headlines with its iMac, G3 processor, and new corporate
operating system, Apple is the latest to catch Linux fever, as new
Linux products turn up at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco.
More Support for Linux:
CA- ObjectShare, Inc. (NASDAQ:OBJS) the premier provider of component
solutions for internet computing, today announced that the VisualWorks
software development tools will join the growing market for the Linux
operating system. VisualWorks for Linux provides programmers with the
first complete and robust toolset for the creation of internet
applications that are dynamic, portable and powerful. VisualWorks has
been available as a non-commercial product on the Linux platform since
September of 1998.
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IBM and Sybase have been focusing on the commercial potential of Linux,
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Freeware? What's Not to Like?
much. Open-source programs may spur more choice and competition.
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