Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 26th Nov 2005 17:02 UTC, submitted by Mehta Bhai
Linux "The Linux community was left stunned when Windows Server software outsold Linux in the server market. Gartner, Inc. recently reported that sales of Windows systems accounted for nearly 37 percent of all server revenue in the last quarter while Linux accounted for 31.7 percent. Windows has a 5+ percent lead over Linux, which should be the cause for celebration at Microsoft. Is this the downfall or, as they say, the beginning of the end of Linux? Most definitely not. Before the folks at Redmond rejoice too much, there are some things they need to consider."
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by aaronb on Sun 27th Nov 2005 13:12 UTC
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Let the battle continue.

I think that this is, like most stats that try to show somthing, are pointles.

Windows 2003 server is a very good OS, and so is FreeBSD, and Linux, most of which is not sold.

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