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[News] Debian GNU/Linux Works Well, Google's Distro of Choice for Desktop

  • Subject: [News] Debian GNU/Linux Works Well, Google's Distro of Choice for Desktop
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2009 14:48:06 +0100
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Using Debian Squeeze 

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| Once past these annoying issues, Debian 
| Squeeze has proven to be a solid system, 
| and I have not encountered a single problem 
| with the installed system, and in fact, I 
| have been using it ever since.
| There have been a modest number of changes 
| since Friday to Debian Squeeze, so it has 
| not been quite as volatile as the Debian 
| Sid based systems that I usually use.


ChromeOS to be based on Debian

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| It's already well known that Google HQ use 
| a custom version of Ubuntu as one of their 
| OSes, and it seems that Google's 
| forthcoming Chrome Operating System will be 
| no different - running atop a solid Debian 
| base.



Chrome OS Peeks Out Its Head A Bit Further. And What Is The Touchpad?

,----[ Quote ]
| Pretty much every morning and every night I
| download the newest build of Chromium for Mac
| (the open source builds that will eventually
| turn into Chrome for Mac). While we made an
| auto-updater to do it for you, you can also
| manually find the latest builds here. This
| morning, I visited this site and noticed
| something new: A Chrome OS folder.


Google Chrome OS on Chinese netbook next month?

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| But a Chinese manufacturer might be about to get a
| head-start next month by releasing a locally-
| manufactered netbook that comes with a pre-release
| version of Google Chrome OS installed, according to
| reports on a Chinese website that closely monitors
| the production lines of China's hundreds of tiny
| electrical firms.
| [...]
| (Note: the current Yeelong 8089 with Linux retails at
| 2899 RMB (that's US$425 or â290) in China, but sells
| in Europe for â335 at the moment. Not sure if any
| Chrome version would have the same price).


First devices with Chrome OS this month?

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| The first devices with the new Linux based Chrome OS from
| Google will probably hit the markets this month. This Operating
| System is mainly targeted at netbooks.


Google's Chrome OS might tip up soon

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| CHINA'S SHANZAI IT news website has reported that Google's Chrome
| OS might show up in inexpensive Chinese-made netbooks as early as
| mid-October.

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