7 reasons why Linux won't succeed on ...

7 reasons why Linux won't succeed on the desktop

There are 1 comment on the DesignLines story from Sep 23, 2007, titled 7 reasons why Linux won't succeed on the desktop. In it, DesignLines reports that:

“Historically, Linux has mainly been used as a server operating system, and has risen to prominence in that area; Netcraft reported in September 2006 that eight of the 10 most reliable Internet hosting companies run Linux on their Web servers.”

It is inarguably accurate to note that, while Linux is a success on the server side-- Apache on Linux runs more Web sites than Microsoft's ISS, though the latter is gaining --the open-source operating system ... via DesignLines

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John

Saint Louis, MO

#1 Sep 25, 2007
Linux rocks and will succeed.... unless your really stupid..... but then stupid people should not have a computer anyway......

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