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Intel starts big client Linux push

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CHIP GIANT Intel appears to be pushing the Linux operating system for all it's worth - and not just in the server market.

A web site earlier this month published what appeared to be an internal Intel memo which claimed that the chip firm hopes to sell hundreds of millions of cheapo Linux equipped client systems in rural China.

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