Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 9th Jul 2007 22:06 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems Dell is getting ready to launch systems with Ubuntu Linux, but is not yet releasing details of the final specifications. However, the company did say on Friday that as well as a consumer version of Ubuntu, it had plans to launch a small-business version 'in the future'. After some confusion over Dell's Linux strategy, the company said it felt the need to clarify things. "I wanted to be clear that Dell does have plans to offer Linux to more consumers in additional locations outside the United States," said Dell's Lionel Menchaca, digital media manager.
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by brostenen on Tue 10th Jul 2007 01:43 UTC
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I am from denmark... What is that coupon-thing??
Some sort of computer-IT-something just like food stamps or am i totally without any clue??

Edited 2007-07-10 01:45

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RE: Shykid...
by shykid on Tue 10th Jul 2007 01:51 in reply to "Shykid..."
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Here in the US, Dell runs ads in newspapers, magazines, and other print. These ads have a "coupon code" you can use at to buy a certain computer with a reasonably good discount.

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RE: Shykid...
by Flatland_Spider on Tue 10th Jul 2007 13:36 in reply to "Shykid..."
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It's a discount.
It's usually money off or something cheap for free, like a 64MB flash drive or a t-shirt.

So yeah I guess it is kind of like food stamps except the corporations subsidizes them rather then the government.

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