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Is Linux At the End of Its Life Cycle?

November 18th, 2010 11:23 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Glyn Moody writes “That’s what Nikolai Pryanishnikov, president of Microsoft Russia, seems to think. Quoted in the context of continuing questions about Russia’s plans to create its own national operating system based on GNU/Linux, Pryanishnikov said [via Google Translate]: “We must bear in mind that Linux is not a Russian OS and, moreover, is at the end of its life cycle.” An off-the-cuff comment, or something more?”

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