French Police switch to Ubuntu and save €

Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by Ocky, Nov 25, 2010.

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  1. Ocky

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    French Police switch to Ubuntu and save €

    Looks like my post re. Ubuntu reaches end of its life cycle does not apply to France - on the contrary. :cool:
     
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    Bon!

    (That's about all the French I know plus a little oui, oui)
     
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    cool move i didnt know that :rolleyes:

    thanks Ocky and vasa1 for high tech IT informations :D
     
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    I wish at least the state governments in the U.S. would have the ~ Snipped as per TOS ~ to do this.
     
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    'Previously, an IT administrator needed to be traveling all year to physically install new versions of anti-virus applications on the desktops in the Gendarmerie’s outposts – some of which are as far away as French Polynesia.'

    That's at least one very disgruntled french guy/girl.
    No more frequent trips to Tahiti; 'Oui, just updating les signatures also, I'll be back from the beach in 4 hours and then do the second desquetop...' :(
     
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