September 1, 2006
Convergent Linux Platform: Tux for Your Phone
Anonymous Reader writes "Until recent years, Linux enjoyed the image of being the operating system of geeks and kernel hackers. This was because Linux was designed from the very beginning by the geeks, for the geeks. Casual and mainstream users found Linux commands and configuration files to be too cryptic and difficult. This was complemented by the fact that, being open source, different vendors used these configuration files differently."