What an awesome idea. It good to see that spread of GNU/Linux and also to show people that you do not need to go to best buy/etc and buy $1500 overpriced hardware to do everyday normal tasks. Countless times where people buy overpriced pre-builts. Even though there are much better distro options than ubuntu that they could use such as Debian, OpenSUSE or even Arch(i know for arch, you need to have some GNU/Linux skills and know what you are doing to set it up and install/etc, but i say Arch because since it is so customizable they can make is very streamlined, and even have a custom installer for their streamlined arch install).
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1/28/12 at 6:57pm