The TechZone takes a look at Freespire, a no-cost desktop Linux OS.
Freespire is very unique for open source Linux distributions, in that it will allow users the choice to download a version that is 100% open-source OR one that includes proprietary software. Freespire is venturing into new territory by offering a free community Linux operating system that includes the option for legally licensed proprietary software pieces at its core distribution. Without this choice, desktop Linux's market adoption will continue its slow creep toward mainstream acceptance.
You can check it out over here.
A look at the free Freespire OS
Posted on Tuesday, May 02 2006 @ 7:02 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck