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Ziff Davis Publication -- Death to Desktop Linux

This blog is in response to a Ziff Davis article that predicts the death of Desktop Linux. This is my rebuttal.
The link is
http://www.zdnet.com/blog/hardware/the-death-of-the-linux-distro/18152
Authored by Adrian Kingsley-Hughes

Linux and Microsoft Windows Future

I work with both Linux and Windows XP. The latter software, in a Microsoft software based organization.

On the Linux based forum web sites that I visit, the subscribers cheer every time a Linux system displaces a major Microsoft one. The converse is true in the Microsoft camps, because of the argument "How can you make money with free software?" In the minds of these Linux forum subscribers, Microsoft is the enemy.

All about LVM (Logical Volume Management) An administration topic.

There is a very nice article about the aforementioned topic. The following URL provides the pages to the article, with some nice illustrations.

http://serverlinux.blogspot.com/2007/12/introduction-to-lvm-with-rhel-fe...

Here in part is some of the article text.
Introduction to LVM with RHEL, Fedora or Centos Linux
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This is the first part of an overview of Logical Volume Management. LVM was written originally by Heinz Mauelshagen in 1988. LVM has the advantages:
* Resizing of logical groups
* Resizing of logical volumes

I am a LInux Biggot

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I am slowly realizing how great linux is and how far it has come in the past two years since I became curious.

It is not the be all or end all of operating systems, but it certainly has lots of functionality. I don't think, in the next short while, I could call myself a senior administrator.

I do have my frustrations with linux, because of the open-ness. Yes, because of that.

Here is what I would like to see.

All messages and codes standardized with a key. For example, enumerate the list of kernel messages and prefix them with **kern0001, kern0002**, etc.

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