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Farewell, Fuduntu: The Untimely Demise of a Winning Linux Distro

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They say death and taxes are the only two things that can be counted on in this life, and for those of us in the United States, last Monday delivered them both in most miserable fashion.

April 15 also brought a casualty to those of us here in the Linux World. It wasn't a human death, fortunately; it was the loss of what had been widely viewed as an up-and-coming distro: Fuduntu Linux.

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