Linux on Desktops

By: Foo_ (foo.delete@this.nomail.com), July 26, 2007 2:53 am
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Paul (no@thanks.com) on 7/25/07 wrote:
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>Given that stuff that was regarded as "Enterprise" a few years ago such as decent
>SMP scaling (and SMP support at all), >1GB memory support on x86 and even NUMA.
>Is now "Desktop" I would say the position of having a keeping a single kernel for
>everything (with a few configurable options) rather than trying to tweak for a particular
>segment as Con was trying to do has been entirely vindicated.

Uh, the specificity of desktop vs. "enterprise" is not in the hardware but in the usage model. You can use the same hardware as both desktop and "enterprise", use cases will still be varying different.
(see Linus' response in this thread, and also Con's interview as linked to in the first post)
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