It really IS the year of the Linux desktop!


#1

:lol:

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#2

i bet the BSD guys are sayin the same thing :lol:


#3

Wow a nice 1% .. Linux taking over the world :o


#4

Small delights...

Linux at 1%? Will wonder ever cease to exist... ;)


#5

i gotta get linux now.


#6

whenever i try to install linux #$%# happens!

yesterday i tried to install opensuse and was without internet access for 4 hours and couldn't boot into windows!

i put the vista dvd in and reinstalled vista so that my bootmgr is fixed (repair option wasn't working)


#7

i think its a joke....

all the servers are linux based so how linux cud b 1%


#8

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i think its a joke…

all the servers are linux based so how linux cud b 1%

[/quote]

there are many more home users than servers in this world


#9

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there are many more home users than servers in this world

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Point…

haan wohi tau how cud it b 1%

it shud b less than 1%

LOL


#10

[quote=", post:, topic:"]

i think its a joke…

all the servers are linux based so how linux cud b 1%

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These statistics don’t include servers obviously. They are often compiled from access logs of visitors to few big sites. How accurate is that :confused: ?

It is claimed that Microsoft has 54% marketshare in servers and the rest is distributed between many variants of unix and linux. (I don’t have the link anymore)

NetCraft can give you a better picture of the web servers with so less web servers using IIS. Apache can be used on Windows but that’s a very rare case and most of those who use Apache on windows are just using it for testing purposes.

Anyways, most of the anti-linux articles and statistics are made on-spot and by Microsoft enthusiasts. :confused: