"It hasn't been a banner year for Linux on the desktop. But the open-source community isn't conceding the fight.
Vendors such as Ximian and Sun Microsystems are pushing ahead with Linux offerings for the desktop, despite the breakdown of some key Linux product drives.
And solution providers say these vendors have their work cut out for them. So far in its young life, Linux has matured on the server front but remains a toddler on the desktop." More at CRN.com.