Linux == Redhat in US?
Posted Sep 9, 2004 7:31 UTC (Thu) by hppnq
In reply to: Linux == Redhat in US?
Parent article: Bruce Perens: the Linux colonel talks (vnunet)
> "I'm very sorry, but you seem to miss the point. RedHat might be expensive,
> but Linux is not. Not in beer, nor in freedom."
Errr... I believe in US Linux and RedHat are largely synonyms for "corporate minds".
I meant that there is a clear distinction between Linux and Open Source on the one hand, and products and services like RedHat's on the other hand, and that this is one of the points that Linux advocates should bring forth when dealing with people and companies who don't know the difference.
I'm quite sure people in the US know that Linux != RedHat. ;-)
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