Red Hat Free Edition merges with Fedora

Red Hat's shift in focus to the enterprise market has left a gap in the US market for desktop Linux that SuSE will be happy to...

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Red Hat's shift in focus to the enterprise market has left a gap in the US market for desktop Linux that SuSE will be happy to occupy. Butler Group's Michael Azoff believes Red Hat is wrong to abandon such a hard-won market.


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