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Mandriva to Acquire Linbox

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Mandriva has announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire Linbox, pending shareholder approval. "Active in both Open Source and Linux market for 10 years, Linbox develops and markets software infrastructure administration products for medium to large organizations. The software products marketed by the company encompass authentication, back up and asset management, and more. Linbox has two flagship products, Linbox Directory Server ("LDS") and Linbox Rescue Server ("LRS")."

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re: Mandriva

So will that be ManDrivaBox or LinManDriva or MannyandLinny or what?

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I'm all for open-source providers bulking up if that's what it takes to survive and prosper.

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