Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 15th Dec 2007 06:17 UTC
Linux It seems that each distribution has found a niche: Red Hat and Ubuntu are the leaders in their markets, and SUSE is a comfortable runner-up. However, history has shown us that businesses are not content to stay still too long or play second fiddle. So, what will Red Hat, SUSE, and Ubuntu have to do in the new year to gain new ground?
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RE[4]: Now
by mk@tuco.de on Sat 15th Dec 2007 20:44 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Now"
mk@tuco.de
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2007-01-23

Perhaps you take that issue up with your hardware manufacturers and not Linux. Seriously you can't expect Linux to magically work for all of your hardware if your hardware manufacturers are unwilling to work with Linux.


it is not beeing unwilling, it is a matter of profit.

From my point of view, any concept of bringing Linux to the masses connected with profit failed since 1992.

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