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____/ chrisv on Tuesday 04 November 2008 14:42 : \____
> Michael B. Trausch wrote:
>>mentally-ill troll wrote:
>>> If you guys want all this choice, something will suffer.
>>> I would 17+ years of Linux failing to make a dent on the desktop is
>>> pretty good evidence that your choice method isn't working.
>>Hrm, the first production version of Linux was released in early 1994.
>>It's late 2008. That would seem to amount to about 14½ years.
>>And Linux is, and has been, a _huge_ success in every way measurable,
>>particularly since popularity really isn't the goal. The goal is to
>>have a great system in place for people that want to use that system.
>>Don't like the ones that are available? You have the freedom to build
>>your own! It's not a black box.
> More of the mentally-ill troll's "logic".
> "Linux has choice and Linux has small market share. Therefore, Linux
> would be better-off with less choice."
> Sheesh. I sure am glad I'm not that fsckwitted...
Wha?? Linux has small market share?
,----[ Quote ]
| "Forty percent of servers run Windows, 60 percent run Linux," [Ballmer]
| said. "How are we doing? Forty is less than 60, so I don't like it. ... We
| have some work to do."
Linux still super in Top500
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| In the June 2008 Top500 list, Linux still lives large with a role in 92% of
| systems (It is the only OS for 85.4%, but when considering all distributions
| (SUSE, Red Hat, CentOS, and general ‘Linux,’ as well as mixed uses that
| include Linux, I figure the share is more like the 92%).
~~ Best of wishes
Microsoft loves competition.
"We should whack them (Dell over Linux dealings), we should make sure they
understand our value."
--Paul Flessner, Senior Vice President, Server Applications Unit
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