No Linux distribution has ever maintained dominance


by Stephen Ostermiller on May 21, 2014 | Views: 18 | Score: 0
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Stephen Ostermiller
Stephen Ostermiller on May 21, 2014 7:42 AM said:

In the past few years Ubuntu Linux overwhelmed all of its competitors, but its influence is fading with new competitors such as Mint. Ubuntu is another Linux distribution that failed to maintain a sizable lead following in the footsteps of Redhat and Debian before it.