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Computer maker acquires Linux Web site

Ebiz Enterprises, the company that runs the Linux Store, has acquired JustLinux, a Linux portal site. Terms of the acquisition weren't disclosed. The Linux Store sells inexpensive Linux machines. "We believe that the services and content JustLinux.com offers provides significant value to the Linux community and to our organization," Ebiz chief executive Jeffrey Rassas said in a statement.

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Ebiz Enterprises, the company that runs the Linux Store, has acquired , a Linux portal site. Terms of the acquisition weren't disclosed. The Linux Store sells inexpensive Linux machines. "We believe that the services and content JustLinux.com offers provides significant value to the Linux community and to our organization," Ebiz chief executive Jeffrey Rassas said in a statement.