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Old 09-27-2007, 12:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Red Hat Does Well, But Why Does It Suddently Need Licensing?

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It is already quite well established that Novell failed to stop Red Hatís momentum after it had signed deal with Microsoft. The figures which Red Hat included in last nightís report left little room for doubt. They were very encouraging. It is still curious to find, however, that Red Hatís desktop endeavors are facing a barrier which is due to Microsoft licensing (for codecs). This was mentioned about a month ago and it was once again mentioned in the press yesterday.



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