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Computer Business Review: Michael Dell Doubts Desktop Linux Demand

May 16, 2005, 15:15 (27 Talkback[s])


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"Dell chairman Michael Dell has cast doubt on the potential of Linux on the desktop, and also distanced himself from his own investment company's $99.5m investment in Linux distributor Red Hat.

"'The Linux market started on the server and it's stayed on the server,' he told a select group of journalists in London. 'All our desktops can run Linux if you want to, we see this as more of a demand issue than a supply issue...'"

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