"Hewlett-Packard has begun selling Linux PCs in 12 Asian
"The company plans to tout the Asian Linux machines on Tuesday,
which is the same day that the first Open Source Business
Conference begins in San Francisco. The systems will run
Turbolinux's software, a version of the open-source operating
system based on Novell's SuSE Linux, and are geared for business
buyers, HP said in a statement.
"HP's desktop models, the dx2000 and cd5000, were
announced--barely--last week. In that news release, HP avoided
touting the Linux option, saying that the systems were available
with Microsoft Windows 'or alternative operating systems.' In
interviews, though, HP said the models came with MandrakeSoft's
version of Linux..."
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