Linux is a phenomenally diverse operating system, with considerable flexibility, endless development potential, and comes as freeware. As such Linux has many impressive advantages over other OS platforms. As the forerunner in open source operating system ideology and design, Linux is now beautifully positioned to deliver operating systems and applications to the masses. But with scare mongering and a lack of knowledge of such open source systems architecture, end users can be intimidated into sticking with the tried and tested (paid for) OS options of Microsoft and Apple. Here we look at the changing dynamics of the world in which Linux operates. Looking at the latest news and reviews of Linux applications, services and product launches, and how market positioning battles ensue with such companies as Microsoft, IBM and Sun Microsystems. 530beda0-d9e0-491c-9c6d-e5ee7169a75e 1.03.01
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