"It's been a good news, bad news kind of week for Linux. On the
one hand, some supporters remain deluded that the open-source
operating system has a legit chance of taking on Vista. At the same
time, Novell CEO Ron Hovespian took a hard look at the Linux
landscape and came to a conclusion not to different from my recent
rant about their being way too many distros. (Okay, he didn't say
"What Hovespian did do, according to the report in the
authoritative but terminally cheeky Register is essentially point
out that the multiplicity of distros makes it expensive for vendors
to prep their ports..."
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