So that's the entry-level requirement to be considered 'Linux'? All those appliances running the Linux kernel don't count as Linux installations any more? I thought there were more appliance installs of those than of the desktop distro variety. They're often included when comparing the number of Linux installs with Windows installs.
From the outside, this looks like just another division in the camp; one that discounts Linux' strongest market.
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