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Re: Commentary: the Linux Foundation and the future of Linux

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 62.31.235.88] on April 12, 2008 01:29 PM
The 'fact' is that the Ubuntu install I'm using right now has served me better for the last 3 years than windows has ever done

The 'fact' is that there are numerous configuration options available for the Linux kernel at build time, some are good for the desktop, some are good for big iron.

The 'fact' is that the market is supposed to follow people's wishes not make them 'irrelevant'.

The 'fact' is that if Red Hat would never really say anything as stupid as "Linux is not a desktop operating system" for a start linux is not an operating system, and -red hat- would know this

The fact is that there is a lot of crap out there, as you seem to be fond of implying, but for a whole lot less we can be thankful not everyone thinks like you...

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