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IDG: German Government Agency Rolls Out Desktop Linux
Monday, March 03 2003 @ 01:38 pm CST
Contributed by: Aristotle
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Related News "A small German institute has become one of the Interior Ministry's first agencies to implement Linux on the desktop, as the government pushes ahead with its ambitious plans to introduce open-source software in the public sector. "

"The Institute for Livestock Breeding, which already runs Linux on servers, has equipped 50 computers to run desktop applications on the free open-source operating system, Gonicus GmbH, one of the IT companies involved in the project, said Thursday in a statement."

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