Desktop Linux's Future

Alan Bourke Alan.Bourke at
Tue Jul 19 14:36:44 UTC 2005

> Linux is already mainstream, on servers anyway.

But how much and how often are these servers interacted with via a GUI?
You sort of just leave servers the hell alone as much as possible after
setting them up, in my experience. But mainstream desktop Linux will
have lots of people interacting with a GUI, which is a different thing.

Alan Bourke
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