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Comment: Re:Come back (Score 1) 618

by spiff42 (#14422127) Attached to: Microsoft Challenges Linux's Legacy Claims
In fact, pick any commerical hardware product that is running any specialized or 'embedded' form of Linux or *nix and show me where I can buy the software without the hardware.

Hmm.. That would be my Linksys WRT54GS router. Except you can't buy it. It's available for free, due to Linksys having used GPL'ed software, and therefore needing to release their firmware under the same terms. I think the original post about buying was mainly because one would not expect it to be available for free.

/Spiff

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