LinuxWorld: Apple’s position: No Linux

“Apple appears to have no interest in supporting Linux, but the
penguin can do a lot for the Mac”

“Though most people think of the Intel platform when they think
of Linux, Apple and Linux have a history that goes back to 1995.
Rick Cook analyzes Apple’s interest in Linux — past and present —
and answers the question: What can Linux do for the Mac?”

“Today, Apple’s official position on Linux is simple: The
company has nothing to do with Linux, doesn’t want anything to do
with Linux, and won’t offer Linux on its machines.”

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