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I think you meant “Microsoft and Novel,” and it makes sense. For that same matter, I wouldn’t be surprised to hear of Norton assimilated to Microsoft, given these are the main companies that extended the usability of Microsoft software to a more usable groupware and sufficient localised system management support. With how slithery the fraudulent CEOs have become, it also wouldn’t be surprising if Novel has always been in favor of Microsoft and is only the passive contender to integrate with the main competitors to Microsoft (Linux, *BSD, et al) while the decomposed corporations bought and self-slew (SCO) attempt all the nuisance in the inferior/Article-7 “courts.”
AMD and Via, as all independent companies that slide on the compatibility and grey areas near Microsoft and Intel, appear to have favor to the people.
Microsft can’t buy the GPL. Chill out. The GPL can’t go bankrupt. And back on topic, it’s obvious nobody cares what driver ATI releases anymore. Which is kinda sad. I hope AMD kicks them into gear so I have more choices than Nvidia. Choice is good. Even if that includes Microsoft in a VM session that I can delete with a right click.