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Linux Distribution To Appear On 180,000 desktops

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 6 years ago

Education 1

mojo (666) writes "The Republic of Macedonia Ministry of Education and Science will deploy more than 180,000 workstations running Canonical's Edubuntu 7.04 as part of its "Computer for Every Child" project. The Republic of Macedonia "Computer for Every Child" project is one of the largest known thin client and desktop Linux eployments ever undertaken."
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If this gets to the front page... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#21786360)

Can everyone north or south of Kozuf agree to disagree about the name of the country concerned, at least for the duration of the article? It's not actually relevant to the article - the name used in the press release is the one favoured by the people issuing it, nothing more.

(if you haven't a clue about what this is about see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macedonia_naming_dispute [wikipedia.org] . The fact that the talk page is longer than the article gives an idea of the controversy)
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