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[i]HP makes strategic investment in Linux, upgrades to highest level of membership[/i]

BARCELONA, Spain {LinuxCon Europe} November 5, 2012

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They are a good Linux member. I've heard of a few HP printers that don't work under Linux but they are few and far between.

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[quote name='Growled' timestamp='1352337525' post='595305231']
They are a good Linux member. I've heard of a few HP printers that don't work under Linux but they are few and far between.
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plenty of hp printers work in linux.

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Wonder how much this costs a company?

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[quote name='Marcus16' timestamp='1352338127' post='595305247']
Wonder how much this costs a company?
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It's approx. $500K per year, AFAIK.

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In the end someone always must pay. Linux is not free. Raggedy-ass Beggars Foundation relies on steady income from HP, Intel, IBM, Oracle, Samsung, Google etc. - they pay for everything. Companies don't get that money from thin air - it comes from being added to costs of products you buy and complain of prices. Free...

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