[Ubuntu-SG] New arrival on the Ubuntu scene...
rykel98 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 27 09:09:18 BST 2007
The PCs you mentioned could have been running Liberta Linux, a Thai variant
of Red Hat. (iirc)
My friend was selling Liberta PCs in Carrefour etc. in Singapore sometime
ago, but like most Linux efforts among the users, it did not fare too well
and finally the project was called off.
On 7/27/07, Jeremy Tan <jeremytanjm at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Billy,
> I recalled seeing some Linux PCs on sale at Big C (IIRC) when I went
> Bangkok a couple of years ago. I don't know what distro they were
> using though. They were all localized in Thai.
> I am also quite interested to know how they view Linux as a whole
> actually. I guess they might have lots of servers running Linux, but
> desktop usage is still quite low (as with any country in the world).
> I think once OLPC starts getting distributed to the children, the
> percentage will definitely increase.
> Jeremy Tan
> On 27/07/2007, at 11:07 AM, Maung Myat Thu @ Billy Aung Myint wrote:
> > On Wed, 2007-07-25 at 13:04 +0700, Phet Puthorn wrote:
> > Hi Peter ,
> > Welcome to the Singapore Ubuntu Team. Actually , I would be pretty
> > much
> > interested in how is Linux viewed as in Thailand. Is it widely used in
> > enterprise systems? I suppose most users won't know about Linux. What
> > about in schools or in govt? Thanks!!
> > regards
> > billy
> >> HI!
> >> As I was unable to locate any Ubuntu User Groups in Thailand, I
> >> decided to join neighboring Singapore.
> >> First question is "What is the login URL for getting to a Users Forum
> >> where help can be obtained on various issues of setting up and using
> >> the latest version (Ubuntu 7.04) which I now have up and running on a
> >> separate PC?"
> >> --
> >> Cheers,
> >> Peter / Phet / Phet Puthorn
> >> in Nonthaburi, Thailand
> > --
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