Linus Torvalds on Linux Desktop Operating System

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Don Reisinger wonders – if Linus Torvalds even speaking for Linux anymore:

Even though Linus Torvalds has always been known as a deity-like figure in the world of Linux, lately he has been quite outspoken about where he thinks his operating system is going and what its competitors are doing wrong.

Wired blog has published Linus Torvalds thoughts on why users aren’t flocking to Linux:

As always there’s a laundry list of things Torvalds doesn’t care about — Open Solaris and Sun, for instance — but his thoughts on the future of the Linux desktop are interesting, including this bit: “I have never, ever cared about really anything but the Linux desktop.”

You can read Linus Torvalds thoughts on the Linux desktop and its broader adoption here.

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  1. I want to know more about Linus Operating system, more expecially desktop operating system.
    thank you.
    Ahmad

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