Ubuntu Clicking for Dell: Canonical Boss
Dell is going to add to the number of PCs that it's currently willing to put factory-installed Ubuntu Linux on
By: Linux News Desk
Aug. 5, 2007 06:15 PM
Dell is going to add to the slim number of PCs that it's currently willing to put factory-installed Ubuntu Linux on, according to what Canonical CEO Mark Shuttlesworth, inventor of Ubuntu, told Reuters. Without talking real numbers, Shuttlesworth claimed Dell is happy with the Linux sales it's been getting since May when it started to offer three consumer-targeted Ubuntu-based PCs. Most of the boxes are believed to have gone to Linux diehards. Shuttlesworth also told the wire service that Canonical isn't talking to HP or any of the other top PC makers about OEM'ing Ubuntu despite the speculation.
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