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Industry group fights SCO with Linux education
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The Open Source Development Labs (OSDL), a Linux consortium funded by most of the computing industry\’s major companies, has launched the open-source industry\’s latest counterattack to the SCO Group\’s attack on Linux: an education campaign designed to raise awareness of how the Linux kernel is developed.
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Microsoft to wean China from Linux
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In the face of growing competition from Linux and Sun in the Chinese market, Microsoft\’s Steve Ballmer has started a campaign to win hearts and
minds in China.
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Microsoft Loses to Linux in Thailand
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To prevent Linux from running away with Thailand\’s subsidized \”people\’s PC project,\” Microsoft has dropped the price of its Windows and Office packages.
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Linux 2.6 Set for Release
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After a multiyear development effort, the 2.6 version of the Linux kernel is set for release in the second half of December.
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