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[ba-unrev-talk] NYTimes.com Article: Glass Panes and Software: Windows Name Is Challenged

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 Lindows.com's stated intention is to market desktop operating software based on Linux, an operating system, distributed free, whose basic code is written and debugged by a volunteer community of programmers. To date, Linux has done well as an operating system for the server computers that run corporate networks and the Internet. But it has made scant progress in loosening Microsoft's grip on the market for PC operating systems, where Microsoft enjoys a monopoly.    (03)

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Glass Panes and Software: Windows Name Is Challenged    (05)

December 30, 2002
By STEVE LOHR     (06)

An upstart company, Lindows.com, is trying to persuade the
Federal District Court in Seattle to invalidate Microsoft's
trademark on Windows.     (07)

http://www.nytimes.com/2002/12/30/technology/30LOGO.html?ex=1042266478&ei=1&en=c73b1e22d67c2049    (08)

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