No issue with your comment, I'm just commenting on all of them in general and I closed with yours.
Just reading some of the comments of people who gave it a go and decided against it, many of them made the right decision. Please don't take that the wrong way. All I'm saying is if my career weren't tied up in using unix toolsets, and I hadn't been doing it for longer than I want to admit, I wouldn't just up and say, "Hey, I'm going to wipe my machine and put another OS on it."
Jack, and others who think the world should convert their desktops, are acting pretty darn irrational about what amounts to bits and bytes.
Linux is not marginalized. I make a good living as a Linux Engineer working on key nix systems in a very secure environment. It's out there in datacenters and it's not going anywhere and it and other nix flavors have super toolsets.
But it is NOT going to be the primary OS on most desktops, including my own work desktop.
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