Linked by Rahul on Sat 15th Nov 2008 03:30 UTC
Linux Linux Devices writes about Intel's Moblin effort. Moblin is a environment for netbooks. Originally based on Ubuntu, Moblin recently switched to Fedora citing RPM and a completely Free and open source base as among the benefits. As Linux based netbooks continue to grow rapidly, efforts like Moblin are interesting to watch.
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Let me think...
by Vide on Tue 18th Nov 2008 11:54 UTC
Vide
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2006-02-17

Switched from Ubuntu to Fedora because Fedora is 100% free software... and then "There will be DRM in some implementations - things you don't agree with, but the thing is you can build an open stack,"
This doesn't make too much sense, at least from the "freedom" perspective. I understand that from the corporate "do not pay royalties" perspective it's a different matter.

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