Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 1st Jul 2008 19:06 UTC
Oracle and SUN Yesterday we reported on rumours that Xandros would acquire Linspire. The official press release won't go out until tomorrow, but Xandros CEO Andreas Typaldos answered a set of questions about the acquisition, so read on for an inside scoop on the Xandros-Linspire acquisition and what it means for both companies.
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RE: This is Spin
by bproven2 on Tue 1st Jul 2008 20:50 UTC in reply to "This is Spin"
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2008-04-30

Well I'm not sure what is REALLY going on here. Personally I have no stake in either company so could care less. I did try Xandros back in its heyday (even used Corel Linux which it was originally AFAIK) and while it was decent it offered nothing that made me want to pay for an upgrade. I think all the current distros (Ubuntu especially) probably surpass thsi combined company in features and users by now. My only concern is for a product that was also recently purchases by Xandros, Scalix email server. I implemented this product at my company a year or so ago and am concerned that its future is now tied to Xandros which seem to have a sketchy existance to say the least. Oh well. We'll see what happens. I may be looking at Zimbra (unless MS buys Yahoo) or (sadly) Exchange again in the near future.

Edited 2008-07-01 20:51 UTC

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RE[2]: This is Spin
by Windows Sucks on Wed 2nd Jul 2008 02:07 in reply to "RE: This is Spin"
Windows Sucks Member since:
2005-11-10

Look at the product I resell, Desknow

www.desknow.com

Runs on Linux, Unix and Windows.

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