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The NeoKylin OS is reported to have been built by CS2C alongside China's National University of Defense Technology.
Hopefully this will lead to better Linux support under Hyper-V."
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I've been watching extensive coverage of the Japan Earthquake/Tsunami on NHK's app. CNN lets you watch live TV as well....
I work for the Canadian branch of an international NGO, and MS almost throws software at us - we recently were donated $50 000 MSRP of software from MS. We paid $2300 in "administration fees" - which pay for two years of Software Assurance, downloads, customer service, tech support, etc.
Most software companies are generous to registered NGOs.
We do use *nix for many things, most of our network infrastructure is *nix. It just makes sense. But for the users, who know Office and Windows, we can't justify the lost time and training in switching to a something else when there is next to no price benefit - our software cost per workstation is ~$50 every 4 years.
I do feel bad for being a MS propagation machine, but they do make it pretty darn easy.