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Ubuntu in the church?

Rev. Don Parris, ordained Baptist minister with the Charlotte, N.C.-based Matheteuo Christian Fellowship is replacing Windows with SUSE and Ubuntu.
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That's just fine for Parris, whose network at the Matheteuo Christian Fellowship uses open source and absolutely no Windows. Once upon a time, he did run Windows 2000, but he migrated off that OS and onto Novell SUSE and Ubuntu 5.11, which he said presented no issues other than a short period of acclimation.

The process began with a dual boot of Windows 2000 and SUSE Linux 8.0 before Parris managed to go to a single boot with just SUSE in 2005.

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