Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 10th May 2009 22:22 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes And another week passes us by. This week we were informed about two projects replacing some GNU software with alternatives, FreeBSD, KDE, OpenOffice.org, and Windows 7 did new releases, Psystar replied to Apple's allegations (and the Apple world completely ignored it), and Chrome users were the most up-to-date with their browsers. This week's my take is a prelude to the one for next week.
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melkor
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2006-12-16

And if only the courts had been so diligent with SCO...

it's amazing how much special treatment certain favoured US companies get by the US legal system...

How a software company can limit what hardware you run the software is on is beyond me, any common sense would tell you that it's unfair to the consumer, and is bordering on legal stupidity. But then, law has never been based on common sense logic.

Dave

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