Computerworld Australia: Testing Out Linux on the Desktop
May 01, 2004, 05:30 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dave Kearns)
"We've talked a lot lately (well, in the last year) about Linux
on your servers--but what about on your users' desktops? The
biggest prize in Novell's acquisition of Ximian last year is
thought to be the GNOME user interface for Linux. This graphical
user interface (GUI) makes a Linux desktop seem friendlier (and
easier to use) for a person reared on Windows than the traditional
command-line that gearheads and geeks say they prefer.
"Do you have a Linux box running GNOME (or the competing KDE
interface) in your lab? I do..."