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French parliament picks Ubuntu for Linux switch

When members of the French parliament and their assistants return from their summer break, they will conduct business on PCs running Ubuntu.
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The French lower house is already using open-source software elsewhere in its IT systems, including the Apache Web server and the Mambo content management system. The parliament members' move to open source is the first involving the switch of an operating system; previous initiatives have been more focused on servers, OpenOffice and Firefox.

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