Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 5th Jun 2006 21:57 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems Chinese computer supplier Lenovo has denied a report that it is planning to stop offering Linux on its range of PCs and laptops. On Friday, CRN reported that Frank Kardonski, Lenovo's worldwide product manager for its 3000 series, had indicated that Linux support was being dropped. But Lenovo made strenuous efforts on Monday to set the record straight, emphasizing that Kardonski provided incorrect information to CRN and that the company plans to continue to offer Linux on ThinkPads.
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RE: anybody know?
by qroon on Tue 6th Jun 2006 12:18 UTC in reply to "anybody know?"
qroon
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2005-10-21

All I know is that the Lenovo Thinkpads got a Windows Key ;)

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RE[2]: anybody know?
by lord_rob on Tue 6th Jun 2006 14:03 in reply to "RE: anybody know?"
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2005-08-06

:/ Glad to have bought a R52 then. Even if it's made by lenovo, it seems to be one of the last models that has no useless key ;)

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RE[2]: anybody know?
by Sphinx on Tue 6th Jun 2006 17:43 in reply to "RE: anybody know?"
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2005-07-09

The windows key on mine launches skippy-xd
http://gnnix.org/resource/screen03.jpg

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