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Dell moves 40,000 Ubuntu PCs

Dell has shipped close to 40,000 systems pre-installed with the Ubuntu flavor of Linux, according to multiple sources. By most accounts, that's a heck of a total for what remains more or less a fringe operating system
Read more at The Register

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The Ubuntu experiment marks the second time Dell has flirted with letting any old customer order a Linux PC off its web site. Grizzled open source warriors will remember CEO Michael Dell telling the 2000 LinuxWorld that “the only thing growing faster than Linux is the number of Linux systems Dell is shipping” after Dell revealed that Red Hat Linux would appear across its entire computer and server line.

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