The Future of Linux: An Interview with Kim Brebach

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| OSS: Even if Linux isn’t ready for home desktops just yet, can it hold up in
| a corporate office environment, especially given its greater security and
| cost effectiveness compared to Windows?
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| Kim: Linux can hold up anywhere, as long as there is some tech support,
| because it’s inherently more stable and secure than Windows.
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http://www.opensourcesociety.org/200...h-kim-brebach/

IT Week leader: Red Hat in a new ring

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| Red Hat can no longer be aptly described as “the Linux company”. The firm
| might have made its name with a distribution of the operating system but its
| reach now extends far beyond those confines.
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http://www.pcmag.co.uk/itweek/commen...r-red-hat-ring


Yesterday:

Red Hat delays new software for PCs until January

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| She said Red Hat was postponing the product's release again because it has
| yet to resolve problems getting the right to distribute software for playing
| music and viewing videos with the Linux software. *
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http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20071211/bs_nm/redhat_dc_1



Related:

Dell's Latitude XT convertible laptop ready to ship

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| In China, it will ship with the Red Flag Linux OS.
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http://news.yahoo.com/s/infoworld/20...nfoworld/93910


Dell beefs up Precision portable workstation line

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| Dell is adding more power to its high-end line of mobile workstations with
| the debut of the Precision M6300, a 17" notebook geared at engineers,
| developers, video editors and others who need to tote around some serious
| silicon. *
|
| [...]
|
| RedHat Linux 5.1 will be available on the system in October.
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http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/09...ecision_m6300/