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    Default Intel Launches Its App Store For Moblin

    Phoronix: Intel Launches Its App Store For Moblin

    Intel has today announced its AppUp store is now available to those running Moblin 2.1. AppUp was announced back in January during the Consumer Electronics Show as a software application store designed for netbook users running Windows and Linux. Nearly three months later. AppUp for Moblin 2.1 is now available. This initial AppUp launch is limited to the United States and Canada, but next week some 27 countries within Europe should have access too...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=ODEwNA

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    WHY???????!!!?!?!

    Is there something so truly wrong with just including a decent software repo and packagekit?

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    Because packagekit is crap perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanjo View Post
    Because packagekit is crap perhaps?
    Really... you're going to make such a bold statement without any kind of support? If you jump off a bridge, you'll be able to fly -- this is true because I ***SAY SO***.

    Seems to me that intel has the intention of destroying linux.
    If there is something in particular that they *don't like* about existing package management infrastructure, they should concentrate on fixing those issues rather than polluting things with deadbeat apple concepts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by droidhacker View Post
    Really... you're going to make such a bold statement without any kind of support? If you jump off a bridge, you'll be able to fly -- this is true because I ***SAY SO***.

    Seems to me that intel has the intention of destroying linux.
    If there is something in particular that they *don't like* about existing package management infrastructure, they should concentrate on fixing those issues rather than polluting things with deadbeat apple concepts.
    intel just wants to sell more chips at the end of the day, same with apple, they're both hw companies

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