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It seems that the UK customers are continually being denied products that Dell is offering in America, with out proper cause, similar to the naked PC scenario. Seeing as Ubuntu has a more 'global' focus than other distributions, should it not be widely distributed across the world, rather than restricted to the US? Why can the UK not receive the same open source capabilities as the rest of the world?
While Dell is doing some good by including Linux on its machines at all, it is not complete until it is available everywhere."
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