Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 7th Oct 2008 10:27 UTC
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu Sunday we reported on an interview with an MSI manager, who stated that internal research had shown that the return rate for the Linux version of MSI's Wind netbook was four times as high as that of the Windows XP version. He claimed that the unfamiliarity of people with Linux was the culprit. This claim sparked some serious discussion around the net, but now MSI's statement is being repeated by Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu.
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RE[3]: Canonical
by FooBarWidget on Tue 7th Oct 2008 13:47 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Canonical"
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you mean theses thing then mandriva, suse, xandros.... done before this compagny started?

And how popular are these distros again compared to Ubuntu? The importance of desktop work is only measured by its effect; if it's not effective then it's worthless. You can be delusional all you want, but it's still a fact that Canonical managed to gain much more market share. And for a good reason. As long as there are people like you around who keep denying things like this, Linux will never succeed on the desktop. Stop being emotionally attached to Mandriva/SuSE/Xandros and start seeing that Canonical managed to do things none of them have succeeded in, namely greater desktop acceptance of Linux.

Edited 2008-10-07 14:06 UTC

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