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____/ Rex Ballard on Wednesday 13 August 2008 00:31 : \____
> On Aug 11, 1:06 pm, "Phil Da Lick!"
> <phil_the_lickREMOVETHISSPAMT...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> > | computers account for more than 90% of unit sales,
>> > |. Linux 4%, Gartner says.
> Keep in mind this is the "As Shipped" status.
> It makes no attempt to estimate what happens to machines initially
> sold with Windows that might have Linux installed by end users.
When I bought my last PC, I didn't buy it with GNU/Linux. I guess it makes me
not a Linux users, according to these experts.
>> Bound to be wrong. The mighty bbc says 0.8% so 0.8% it is.
> This is based on a server that only counts the IP addresses of
> machines that ONLY Run Linux, and will run ActiveX controls. Probably
> less than 1% of all Linux configurations have this capability (running
> Crossover, with ActiveX plug-in for FireFox).
Here's a new video (a series of them).
This systems admin from the Johnson County Community College in Kansas City
says that 15% to 25% of all users at her college are Linux users, to quote the
producer. She says it very confidently.
~~ Best of wishes
"One smaller motivation which, in part, stems from altruism is
--Vinod Valloppillil, Microsoft
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