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The latest Podcast. Topics include software installation on Linux, has the Desktop Linux bubble burst (and was there a bubble to burst), Novell: Hubert Mantel returns and Jeremy Allison resigns, Novell Linux certificates, Red Hat CEO on Microsoft/Novell customers, Sun releases first GPLed Java source and A New Year… A New Beginning.



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Comment by Ken Pryor
2006-12-29 01:21:20

Good luck on your new beginning Jeremy! I admire your courage to leave your employer and start your own company. I wish you the very best!

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Comment by jeremy
2006-12-29 10:02:50

Thanks Ken, much appreciated.


Comment by reuben
2006-12-29 12:53:23

Hey. All of the best for your goals! Bold move! From what I’ve seen and heard this is almost obsolete: Good luck and a happy new year.

PS: Keep the weekly (sometimes odd-weekly) podcasts coming in, though ;)

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Comment by David Dombrowsky
2006-12-29 17:38:53

I will be hacking your 20 minute bit to pieces later tonight on my radio station :)

Congratulations on the career move, too!

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Comment by rpratts
2006-12-31 22:43:43

Yes! I would like to wish you best luck also.

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Comment by jeremy
2007-01-02 15:27:40

Thanks for the support everyone!


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Comment by tomaczar
2007-01-08 01:46:02

Holy Hand Grenades!! You’ve been working a full time job all these years?? You are by far a better man than I (or at the very least a more organized man than I!!). Congratulations on your decision and best of luck in this new venue.

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Comment by Brian L
2007-01-10 19:50:05

Having using a number of OS’s in my time, i have been playing around with Linux for a year or so now, the thing the really irritates me is the installation process – you just can’t download a package from anywhere and install it. I now class my self as an Open source kind of guy, however I sometimes just have to go back to using this open source code on windows ’cause I can’t make it work on Linux. So I was very interested on your discussion on Ian Murdock comments

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