Pakistan takes to alternative software
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| Pakistan, often criticised for software 'piracy', is
| placing its faith on the Free Software and Open Source
| options to get out of this trap and also build local skills.
| Also called Free/Libre and Open-Source Software (FLOSS),
| it is a family of software liberally licensed to grant
| the right of users to study, change and improve its
| design through the availability of its source code.
| In Pakistan, the attempt is also to build skills.
| FOSS-FP has been holding short-duration, single-day
| literacy campaigns. 'We give (students) free training
| on installing and using Ubuntu Linux, Open Suse, Red Hat
| Fedora Core,' Bajwa said.
Earlier today it was Turkey's authorities and GNU/Linux. How quickly