__/ [ John Bailo ] on Thursday 23 February 2006 01:18 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> The numbers, released Tuesday, show the continuation of a trend
>> toward servers based on commodity, or "x86," microprocessors from
> Server! Server! Server!
> When are we going to stop hearing *Server* and start hearing /Desktop/!!!
Any desktop is also a server. Any contribution made to the server side
positively affects the desktop side. Examples:
* Why can a Linux desktop stay up for several years without requiring a
* Why can Linux handle multitasking so admirably well?
* Why can load be balanced and distributed over multiple Linux desktops or
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