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The Oracle Unbreakable Linux Incompatibility

Oct 25, 2007, 01:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dag Wieers)

[ Thanks to Dag Wieers for this link. ]

"It was exciting when a year ago at LinuxWorld Expo London we heard a rumour that Oracle was going to support Red Hat Enterprise Linux. It was surprising to find out that this rumour was not entirely as well-intended and supportive as it sounded.

"Instead of helping the community, Oracle was directly attacking Red Hat with its own product as if it was showing the world that Open Source has no value and that even Oracle could run away with Red Hat's crown jewels and customers. A hostile take-over attempt of Red Hat by Oracle..."

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