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Linux in the _near_ future



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Hi all

Mozilla Free, X-Designer port, Oracle port, Informix port, IBM's DB2 port,
Sybase port, X11 free again, Netscape and Intel joins to Redhat...

Seems that Linux in last monts is getting lot of respect from major
vendors, and the next step seems to be more commercial applications for
Linux...

I'm a Debian GNU/Linux active fan and so I will becuase I do not depend on
commercial applications, at least I don't think it will happen to me in
the near future...

But... these major vendors, and future commercial developpers seems to be
making support for some distributions, sometimes they are bundled as "CDE
for Redhat Linux", etc...

I think this is no good for Linux, I would like to know if Debian will can
adress this, does the Linux standarization effort (Linux Standard
Base, etc...) will adress this? What does think companies and Linux
distributions?

I think this is a good theme for an article these days

Any comment will be greatly appreciated,

						Ulisses
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