“Robertson isn’t the only one hoping to cash in. Software companies like Red Hat, Mandrake, and Suse all offer Linux products that compete with Windows. But Lindows has a few things those companies don’t: It has Robertson’s bombastic personality to sell it, and it has a better pitch–that it is easier to install and use. Wal-Mart, which began selling Lindows-ready PCs on its website in September, has had such success with the offering that by Christmas it was having trouble meeting demand.” Read the two-page interview with Lindows’ CEO at Fortune. Robertson also appeared on TV.