In the News: Novell On Top Distros, OpenOffice, and Support

Posted in Asia, GNU/Linux, Novell, OpenOffice, Servers at 3:31 pm by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

This is a roundup of Novell-related articles.

There is a growing recognition of Linux in the retail sector, as retailers are starting to see the advantages and cost savings of a Linux system, Columbitech said. “We are continuously expanding our product portfolio to stay ahead of market demands and meet customer requirements,” said Asa Holmstrom, the company’s president.

Sandeep Menon, convener of FOSII and director of Linux business for Novell West Asia, said, “FOSII members belong to various facets of the Linux/OSS (Open Source Software) ecosystem, which includes the industry, academia, government and the community…”

  • An improperly-balanced and self-serving overview tells which 3 distributions are considered to be best. The only opinion considered is that of Steinman from Novell.

Figuring out the best Linux distribution depends entirely on one’s intended use for the program. As open source, freely distributed software, Linux programs have been modified and redesigned in countless ways to fulfill as many needs. However, some versions have proven more popular than others.

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