And in the January 2018, as the distro wars and Gnome/KDE wars continue, people will continue to
say..."Really, this is the year Linux is going to make inroads into home desktops and corporate
I mean come on. If Google, a zillionaire open source supporting company, can only release their
premier platform OS for one linux distro, what hope is there for widespread adoption and
Our entire lab uses Fedora and CentOS. I'd wager most of the HPC community uses a RHEL based
distro (if they use Linux). I guess the Comp Sci people prefer Debian/Ubuntu. What's the point of
open source if a company like Google can't even make cross-linux-platform releases?