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OSNews: Interview[s] with Xandros Vice President Michael Bego

Aug 10, 2002, 01:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eugenia Loli-Queru, Nicholas Heron)

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"1. Please tell us about the interoperability between Xandros Desktop 1.0 and Xandros Server 1.0. How similar and how different the two products are? Please describe to us their pricing schemes as well.

"Michael Bego: Xandros Desktop is designed to be an end user operating system. By being an end user operating system, it naturally comes with an easy to use graphical user interface for users to navigate through and operate on the desktop environment.

"Xandros Server, however, can be operated with or without an graphical user interface and it can be run 'headlessly'. Both Xandros Desktop and Xandros Server can be remotely managed and administered from any web browser using our DaVinci (product code name) remote management tools that will be shipping with the server product..."

Complete Story (Interview 1)

[An interview that took place some time ago but was posted on OSNews after the one linked above is also linked here. -ed.]

Complete Story (Interview 2)

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