June 14, 2001
My plan for getting Linux on the desktop
Author: JT Smith
A ZDNet AnchorDesk column follows up on earlier column saying Linux wasn't ready for the desktop. The column names several issues of concern -- too many Linux distro, community doesn't speak the language of the "average user" -- and a couple of "insurmountables" for Linux to work on the desktop. Among the insurmountables: Customers are sheep who are used to Micrsoft.