Re: Linux / Debian / Ubuntu
I demand that Andrew M.A. Cater may or may not have written...
> Listening to BBC world service right now - good mentions of Linux, Open
> Source, Hacker Ethic - and specifically Ubuntu (mentioned as derived from
> Debian Linux). Go Digital - on air and on line
> Also mentioning "open source ethic" as a possible way of developing e.g.
> drugs and other collaborative developments and that Linux enthusiasts came
> along to advise/share experience.
> GO DEBIAN :)
For those who've missed the first three broadcasts today, there's one more at
01:05 GMT; also see <URL:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/1478157.stm>.
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