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Korean government buys into Linux

HancomLinux, a Korean software company that sells a version of the operating system and higher-level software, has signed a deal with the Korean government for the purchase of 120,000 copies of HancomLinux Deluxe 2.0 in 2002, the company said. HancomLinux didn't disclose the value of the deal, but estimated the government would pay one-fifth of the value of equivalent software from Microsoft.

HancomLinux, a Korean software company that sells a version of the operating system and higher-level software, has signed a deal with the Korean government for the purchase of 120,000 copies of HancomLinux Deluxe 2.0 in 2002, the company said.

HancomLinux didn't disclose the value of the deal, but estimated the government would pay one-fifth of the value of equivalent software from Microsoft.