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SuSE sends Linux to school

German Linux seller SuSE will put 2,000 Linux computers in high schools throughout the United States in an effort to make Linux more popular, the company announced. The move comes two months after SuSE slashed its U.S. work force. Subsidizing educational computing efforts is popular among companies that hope today's students will become tomorrow's experts and corporate computer buyers.

German Linux seller SuSE will put 2,000 Linux computers in high schools throughout the United States in an effort to make Linux more popular, the company announced. The move comes two months after SuSE slashed its U.S. work force.

Subsidizing educational computing efforts is popular among companies that hope today's students will become tomorrow's experts and corporate computer buyers.