Midnitte wrote:I think it is already a serious OS, its used by many corporations and people because of how flexible it is and how customizable it is.
and this is mainly because you have a solid and easy to use infrastructure to lock down
a corporate linux desktop. Each steps are logical, easy to follow, and result consistent, and reproductible
. Linux and unix has a multiuser infrastructure by design
. This help you, poor admin, to control what users in a corporate network can and can't do with they'r desktops in a transparent and easy to understand
manner. Try to do that with winxp. A scary story
Midnitte wrote:Its just not a home user serious OS yet.
is only a very little corner were linux still don't get in .. Games ... The last games titles still can't be played in linux. But in any serious business who care about this little details!? Nobody
!!! Average joe users maybe, but the battle now
is not for his home desktop
but for a place in little and big business client desktops terminals. My two cent little suggestion
... here linux have real chance to win the battle ...