>Seeing as you're mentioning Linux specifically as an OS rather than just
>the kernel I'd call it the GNU/Linux operating system (just to be
I agree in principle... but given the target audience of
the blurb, e.g. school principals, I wanted to minimise
any technical/semantic complications (I know, it's
not just semantics). When they've been won over to
GNU/Linux I can explain the difference and put things
P.S. Thanks to everyone for the feedback.
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