Bruce Byfield writes on Datamation In the last fifteen years, the Linux desktop has gone…
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The distributions now supported are Ubuntu, Debian, OpenSUSE, and Fedora.
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I’d like to argue that the year of the Linux desktop already came and went. We just didn’t notice it.
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The growing demand for Linux talent is “driving salaries for Linux above industry norms.”