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Star Tribune: Easing Consumers Into Linux

Jan 26, 2006, 20:30 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steve Alexander)

[ Thanks to Minnesota Loon for this link. ]

"A new St. Cloud educational software company is using technological sleight-of-hand to sell Linux programs that run on Windows PCs.

"Kalibonca, a six-month-old company that relies on a collection of freelance workers rather than full-time employees, is the latest to repackage and sell free Linux software. Linux is a free operating system with free applications software that is maintained and improved by volunteers around the world. The software can be downloaded from the Internet for no more than the promise to share any improvements that are made to the software's source code..."

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