"First there was Lindows, the Linux that was going to be worth
our cold, hard cash because it was going to run all our Windows
apps. That idea didn't exactly pan out--and neither did the Lindows
name. Then came Linspire, the latest version of which wasn't very
inspiring at all.
"But enough of what happened on previous seasons of the Linspire
show. The new season began with a bang on August 9, when the
Linspire folks released Freespire 1.0, a no-cost offering that
seems a direct response to other freely distributed Linuxes such as
Ubuntu, Red Hat's Fedora, and Novell's openSUSE..."
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