Fixing Linux: What's Broken And What To Do About It

Posted by tuxtom on Dec 1, 2008 4:16 PM EDT
InformationWeek; By Serdar Yegulalp
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Despite the fact that it's been around since 1991, Linux remains a work in progress. It's not perfect, nor does anyone pretend it is. The places where it needs the most immediate improvement are also a matter of debate: what's crucially important to some is only marginally important to others. Still, there's no question that there are key areas where Linux is lacking -- not just missing individual features, but things that are actively dysfunctional and which need immediate attention. I'm going to run down several major areas where Linux, as an operating system and as a platform, needs work.

[Broken? How is having a choice make it broken? Linux can always be improved upon that I will not argue, but it doesn't need "fixing". Windows on the other hand.. - Scott]

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Interesting read SidHymes 1 952 Dec 1, 2008 7:33 PM

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