This is not the first time.
Mar 31, 2005
10:23 AM EST
|This is not the first time Dell has offered Redhat Linux workstations:
Hopefully they will stick with it this time, even if once again the sales are poor.
Mar 31, 2005
11:05 AM EST
|Absolutely. That's why I referenced Michael Dell's Keynote at LinuxWorld. He gives the keynote and then Linux disappears off their web site. I have written about this before. http://lxer.com/module/newswire/view/32080/
But, Michael has handed the reins of the company over to Kevin Rollins and that's what is different this time.
We just want to make sure that Dell goes beyond offering a workstation. Linux could win big if Dell were to let all their consumer products work together with the Linux desktops and Laptops.
Apr 02, 2005
5:49 AM EST
|Some interesting linux companies are doing this as well. I recently came across a company called Uni-Fi Technologies. The company says it sells "High Quality Consumer Linux Products" linux is a different beast with distributions updates and so on. When I had a windows computer they could barely support that let alone a Linux distro. I would be interested to see how many companies will specialize in just offering linux products.|
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