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Subject: Can Xandros simplify Linux use?
Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2004 17:48:00 -0500
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Last month's release of the Xandros Desktop OS, based on Debian, has 
been making quite a splash. At openBench Labs, we take a hard look at 
Xandros to discover its weak spots and value, in light of the company's 
claim that it is an intuitive wonder. 

Robert Lefkowitz, the guy who turned heads as a Merrill Lynch supporter 
of the business case for Open Source, has now taken up residence at 
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