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Old 07-09-2009, 10:00 AM   #1
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LXer: What does Red Hat, Ubuntu and openSUSE think about Google Chrome OS?


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Gerry Carr, platform marketing manager at Ubuntu, downplayed the news, telling InternetNews.com that, at this point, all Google has delivered is a blog post stating its intent -- and as a result, it's too early to speculate on how the competitive landscape will shape up. "I think we would rather focus on a new entrant bringing a bunch of energy to the open source space and validating the choice of Linux for developing new operating systems that will replace legacy Windows," Carr said. "But by whom and how that Linux choice will be delivered is predicting the future with little data -- not something that is smart to do."

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