The market for Linux on the desktop is a lonely place. Red Hat has abandoned its desktop Linux version and Linspire has failed to inspire anybody. The only real players in this field are Ubuntu and Novell.
While Ubuntu has traction among hard core Linux fans, Novell is targetting the enterprise. That market has been largely the domain of Windows 98 replacements. In other words: leagacy systems that are used to perform a single task (including cash registers).
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