Lindows and Microsoft continue their fight, not only in courts about the Windows trademark, but also in a contest about Linux. The Inquirer has the story.
The anonymous donor who offered two prizes of $100,000 to port Linux onto the Xbox has revealed his identity.
This is Michael Robertson, the founder of the Lindows operating system, report the founders of the project.
Robinson offered two donations -- one to run Linux on an Xbox, a project that was successfully completed.
The second part involved running Linux on an Xbox without any hardware modifications -- but that's not yet completed.
For more details, check "Xbox Linux Award deadline reached," from the Xbox Linux Project website.
Source: The Inquirer, January 2, 2003
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