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Re: [vox] Poll: If IBM were to come talk...
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Re: [vox] Poll: If IBM were to come talk...

i tried caldera and HATED it, cause so many problems.  Sucks that it was the
only distro that would work on my ibm aptiva.

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Matthew Snelham" <infinite@sigkill.com>
To: <vox@franz.mother.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 4:25 PM
Subject: Re: [vox] Poll: If IBM were to come talk...

> On 18 Jul 2001 03:21 PM or thereabouts, zeruch [Joseph Estevao Arruda]
> > Actually 4: RH, Turbo, SuSE and Caldera
> Whoops, always forget about Caldera.  'OpenLinux', the most closed distro
> developed.
> The total is really 6 distros (the above four plus YellowDog and
> but YDL is a minor partner, and IBM maintains LinuxPPC, so marketing
> usually just mentions the majors.
> (Aside: My group has installed over 3500 machines, we've never used
Caldera, never been
> requested. ;-)
> --Matthew
> infinite@sigkill.com
> --
>   "There are a thousand forms of subversion, but few can equal the
>    convenience and immediacy of a cream pie"
>      -- Noel Godin

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