Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 4th Feb 2009 14:11 UTC
Linux With Linux traditionally coming in many, many flavours, a common call among some Linux fans - but mostly among people who actually do not use Linux - is to standardise all the various distributions, and work from a single "one-distribution-to-rule-them-all". In a recent interview, Linus Tovalds discarded the idea, stating that he thinks "it's something absolutely required!"
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RE: Agree
by wakeupneo on Thu 5th Feb 2009 04:50 UTC in reply to "Agree"
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Today the short answer, for the most, is Ubuntu.

..and it wasn't all that long ago that Ubuntu burst on the scene with the same comments saying "oh no...not another one!"

Survival of the fittest. If a distro comes along that people connect with, it will find its' niche. If not, it will wither and die. As it should.

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RE[2]: Agree
by rramalho on Thu 5th Feb 2009 12:01 in reply to "RE: Agree"
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Ubuntu works best with most hardware and is very straightforward. I've been converting Windows users for months - those people without specific needs like AutoCAD's and Photoshop's - and they're loving the experience.

I tried others and just failed. That's the beauty of Ubuntu. It actually works!

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