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Re: [News] Ubuntu's Debt to Ancestry, Great Success on Laptops

Roy Schestowitz wrote:

> Why Ubuntu users should care about Debian
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | The Ubuntu Linux distribution has attracted a broad
> | audience of Linux enthusiasts, and it's beginning to gain
> | traction among mainstream computer users. Although Ubuntu
> | is relatively new, it builds on the rich history and deep
> | roots of the venerable Debian project, one of the oldest
> | and most influential Linux distributions. The fate of the
> | two popular flavors of Linux is as inextricably bound as
> | their respective histories.
> `----
> http://arstechnica.com/news.ars

Linux is selling netbooks rather well.
It is management that bought quite a few of these because it travels well.
Linux desktops become the next best thing to happen to management.
It will be a major event in the tech world when Linux Desktops go on sale.
Linux eases central administrative role in IT departments
by being quicker with reports and faster at server functions
and more secure. And it scales well. And it can run a dozen
virtual machines clearing entire decks of power hungry racks
of redundant computers. All good things waiting for management in 2009.

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