CNET News: Debian Wins Munich Linux Deal
Apr 29, 2005, 16:00 (16 Talkback[s])
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"The city of Munich has opted to use the Debian version of Linux
for a high-profile, 14,000-computer installation, passing over
Novell's Suse Linux despite its regional popularity.
"Debian is a noncommercial version of Linux, though some
companies such as Canonical and Progeny have based products on it.
Two regional companies, Gonicus and Softcon, will help Munich with
the project, called LiMux..."