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Legacy Modernization: Look to the Cloud and Open Systems

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To GNU or Not to GNU? That Is the Question

May 10, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

There’s no denying the incendiary nature of the topic of desktop Linux, which tends to gets rehashed in heated detail every so often both on these pages and beyond.

What some may not remember, however, is that there’s another recurring Linux subject that can be equally controversial. It hasn’t appeared in some time, but apparently some slow fires have been burning all along, because they just flared up anew.

The topic in question, you ask? It’s not new — it’s GNU. Get it? Well, countless other Linux fans do too.

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