Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 2nd Oct 2009 22:27 UTC, submitted by twitterfire
Hardware, Embedded Systems We already introduced Dell's new laptop wonder, the Z600, to you earlier this week. What makes this laptop special is that it contains a small ARM motherboard which runs a special version of openSUSE Linux, allowing for instant access to basic functionality like checking email, browsing the web, and playing multimedia files. What's news, at least for OSNews, is that research from Dell has shown that people spent 70% of their time in the Linux environment.
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Ignore Dell
by jyoungxxxx on Sat 3rd Oct 2009 18:32 UTC
jyoungxxxx
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2007-01-11

Dell is just pretending to be on the side of Linux! If you try to go build you a netbook you will find that you don't even have the option to select linux. They are clearly receiving bribes from Microsoft!

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RE: Ignore Dell
by DrillSgt on Sat 3rd Oct 2009 18:49 in reply to "Ignore Dell"
DrillSgt Member since:
2005-12-02

Dell is just pretending to be on the side of Linux! If you try to go build you a netbook you will find that you don't even have the option to select linux. They are clearly receiving bribes from Microsoft!


I'll feed this troll...

You really need to look again at the offerings for the mini-9..they default to Ubuntu...

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