On Tue, May 15, 2001 at 12:40:01PM +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> NT/2000 shipments. IMHO these figures are basically useless, as they don't
> take into account that there's no limit to the number of servers which can
> be installed from one purchased distribution of Linux. For example, Google
in addition, most x86 linux servers come with a licensed copy of some form
of windows. i know of several linux servers (let's say around 20) that
came with nt licenses.
essentially "sales of nt" vs. "sales of redhat/suse/turbolinux/etc" will
only tell you how many systems were sold. it will give no info on how
many are used.
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