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Old 05-01-2009, 08:51 AM   #1
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LXer: Interesting new Ubuntu-derived, OS X-inspired distro, interesting revenue (yes,


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Scrolling through this week's Distrowatch, I came across an interesting new distribution in the "waiting list" of projects that will eventually be tracked by Distrowatch, should they survive long enough to get through the waiting list. Lin-X aims to follow the Ubuntu distribution on which it's based but look as much like Apple's OS X as possible. While I'm a user of OS X as well as Ubuntu (and Windows and OpenBSD ...) and do like many things about the OS X user interface the chief of which is the ability to keep an application running but NOT have a window of that application open at the time if I choose not to I'm not one of those people who think OS X has it all over GNOME, KDE or even Windows XP.

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