Myths, Lies, and Truths about the Linux kernel

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Greg has posted an excellent article or slides about Linux kernel — “Myths, Lies, and Truths about the Linux kernel”

I do agree 100% with author, except new hardware installation procedure under Linux. As a new Linux user I find installing and configuring hardware is trouble, but most of things are quite easy these days. What do you think? Is Linux is ready to take over Windows based desktop?

Read more at Greg’s blog (found via Digg)

Posted by: Vivek Gite

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  1. I think, the problem is not in the side of the linux or Window perfomance: Linux Desktop got the higher level of Usability, perfomance und flexibilty because of his structure than the Windows desktop.

    It concerns the taste of the User. Most of the common users are still accomodate to the Windows desktop and need to adapted themselves to Linux.

    But something is clear : the Linux Desktop (especially Gnome) ist better than the Windows Desktop.

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