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The Chicken, the Egg and the Linux Desktop

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I recently wrote about why the Linux desktop needs major vendor support before it can take off.

I got a lot of letters about that one, so rather than write everyone back individually, I'll say here why I still think the Linux desktop, more than anything else, needs big-time-Gateway, Dell, HP-support before it can be a big-time success.

First, some folks seem to think that the vendors already offer Linux desktops. I wish!

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