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Old 11-10-2008, 01:00 AM   #1
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LXer: Kicking The Beast

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In an effort to help proliferate the Linux Desktop, HeliOS Solutions has contacted a number of Big Box stores and smaller businesses throughout the Austin Metro Area and asked them if we could set up professional and attractive displays for Linux Live CD's. Three are in as long as the displays are professional. One of them is balking because they don't want Microsoft suing them for Intellectual Property violations. This IP business has begun to get tiresome. Here's how we can make them either show the code or shut the hell up.



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