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Novell and Ximian Two years ago, Microsoft and Novell inked a landmark deal on patents and Linux-to-Windows interoperability. According to Microsoft and Novell, it's a deal that has shown dramatic momentum in its second year, with a triple digit percentage increase in customers for a total tally of more than 200 customers. "I was surprised at the number of over 200 customers, so I actually went back and double checked it just to make sure," Susan Heystee, General Manager for Global Strategic Alliances at Novell told InternetNews.com. "That represents over 250 percent growth in terms of the number of customers that are part of the partnership which is really great. A real positive surprise has been the great customer momentum."
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RE[4]: Good for them.
by OMRebel on Thu 20th Nov 2008 21:49 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Good for them."
OMRebel
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You make the comment for others to stop trolling, when you trolled in your own post? I've run Ubuntu for years, and I do not have to use the terminal to setup Ubuntu. That statement you made was completely FUD, and it does nothing but take away from your credibility. If you want OpenSuse to succeed, then have it do so on it's merits. Spreading BS around around its competition isn't doing you any good.

I hope OpenSuse has gotten rid of the bloat. That would include fixing Yast, which was horrible slow the last time I tried Suse.

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