Reply to post: Re: The year of the Linux desktop

Two can play that game: China orders ban on US computers and software

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Re: The year of the Linux desktop

You might want to read the page you linked. According to that page, Red Flag Linux has been out of support for five years, and, while developed in China in the 2000s, has no link to the Chinese government. Quite unlike Kylin, which is currently supported in its native forms as well as a Ubuntu derivative and, while not officially a government-run project, is written and maintained by a university connected to the military.

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