ZDNews’ David Coursey is the person who was a long-time Windows user, but after pressure from his readers gave a month-long try to MacOSX, and since then he enjoys every minute with it. The other camp, the Linux users, now ask David to give a long shot at their favorite operating system. David installed Red Hat 7.3, and here is where he got stuck so far.Our Take: Some very valid points from David about how Linux distributions stack up today as desktop systems, on the other hand, Red Hat is targeting the server market and not the desktop. And by server market, it means that you do things the way the manual says, not how you figure them out to do or how it is done on other OSes. Given the fact that David is a Linux newbie, using a more user friendly distro like Lycoris or Mandrake would have been advisable. However, indeed, the user unfriendly problems David mentions are real limitations of how things working together on a Unix or compatible system, at least when this system is expected to behave as a “desktop” system.