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Re: Commentary: the Linux Foundation and the future of Linux

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 12.169.163.241] on April 14, 2008 07:21 PM
" Managability? Well, that is were Linux is lacking in the enterprise environment. Enterprise administrators don' t want to have to manage individual machines, because it costs money, they would rather have one central location to manage all of the machines."

Wrong. Linux has all kinds of excellent central management tools- automatic customized network installations of new clients and servers, locked-down desktop configurations, terminal services, easy customizations and cloning, and on and on. Your other points are pretty much spot-on.

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