Red Hat, IBM and an open-source consortium are each beginning serious work to advance Linux for use on desktop computers.
At the Desktop Linux Conference in Boston, Red Hat and IBM detailed their desktop Linux plans. And the Open Source Development Lab, which so far has concentrated on Linux for the data storage and processing computers called servers, expects to launch a new group to concentrate on desktop needs starting next year. (full story)
My spin: This is simply the evolution of Linux. Which will never (well anytime soon) be a significant feature on business desktops.
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