Linux on Netbook a failure? Dell doesn't seem to think so.

By comparing apples to oranges, hippos to gazelles, and brick-and-mortar sales figures to online sales figures, some (disgustingly biased and greedily financially motivated) characters out there want you to believe that GNU/Linux on Netbooks are being completely eclipsed by the "other" OS.

Well obviously Dell Computer doesn't think so....Have a look at the picture above from Dell's website.

As you can see in the picture(taken 04-23-09) of Dell's Netbook selection page (left) for the Dell Inspiron Mini 9, Ubuntu Linux is just as choice-worthy as the "other" Operating System selection. The choice is 50/50.

Linux on Netbooks is a hit on Netbooks, bank on it. Love it. Enjoy it.

Forget all that garbage that "paid puppets" are trying to convince you about GNU/Linux on the Netbook and it being a failure - it's total political baloney.

Linux is about a gift for you, me, and about about 6 billion others like us. Free yourself, break the glass, choose GNU/Linux.

Note: Also checkout (or some of the links to the right) for more "choice" of Operating Systems for your computer.

Congratulations on your Freedom!
Shannon VanWagner
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  1. Linux dying on netbooks is a complete fabrication. My girlfriend's new dell mini 9 is testimony to that.


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