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Ubuntu reflects current state of Linux art

More people are downloading Ubuntu open source operating system than both Red Hat and Novell products combined. IT Business in Canada examines.
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I ended up installing a version of Ubuntu, the Linux distribution that was almost unknown two years ago but has become the downloader's favourite. Started by South African millionaire Mark Shuttleworth and now supported by a massive worldwide community, Ubuntu offers me the best combination of quality, support and understanding of the needs of both business and community. For instance, unlike both Red Hat and Novell, Ubuntu has promised it will never make one version for commercial customers and a different version for downloaders. The same Ubuntu one can download is the same one that is commercially supported.

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