Why Linux has failed on the desktop: kernel developer Con Kolivas

Posted by danwarne on Jul 24, 2007 6:45 PM EDT
apcmag.com; By Ashton Mills
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Prominent Linux kernel developer Con Kolivas recently quit and left it all behind. According to Kolivas, Linux is burdened with "enterprise cr@p" and the kernel developers are oblivious to the performance problems of Linux on the desktop. In this interview, he talks about what pushed him to quit and how Microsoft has succeeded in crushing innovation in personal computing.

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