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Old 09-05-2008, 08:30 AM   #1
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LXer: ZaReason (and Other Independents) Outshine the Big Boys

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But let's not forget that these Linux-come-lately party-crashers are very late to the party, and have been whining and foot-dragging and making excuses for years why they couldn't sell Linux PCs, or even bare PCs with no operating systems. If you wanted to buy Linux preinstalled on a computer, you had to find an independent shop. Which wasn't easy, because if they also sold Windows then they were under the eye of Sauron just like the big vendors, and were punished for selling Linux.



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