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And I should have made clear that paying the (say)Why pay even $75? You can download a complete distribution via a fast connection in under half an hour. Of course, you don't get support, but you don't get more than basic installation support for $75, either. If you want more, you'd have to pay.
75 bucks for a boxed set of (say) SuSE Linux 8.0 is
a ONE-SHOT thing.
You don't need to pay again whenUnless, of course, you use Caldera, which has moved to a per-seat licensing program. Fortunately, however, there's no compelling reason to use Caldera as opposed to any other distribution.
you install on the PCs of the next 600 employees.
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