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Why don't corporates love Debian?

The Debian GNU/Linux project needs more support – men, money and machines. But, apart from HP, big corporates don't offer the project much.
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HP uses Debian in embedded systems while Asus' eePC, which has been a great success, is using a Debian derivative (Xandros) as its operating system. Sears in the US has started selling a sub-$US200 PC which runs a Debian derivative.

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