Re: How Linux (and Debian) compare?
> Also, do we have any specifics on the number of systems currently running
> Debian? If so are those numbers broken down by year? Is there a way
> this sort of tracking could be automated within Debian's installation
> routines? We need to blow our own horn if we can generate reliable
> that come anywhere near those listed in the article!!
It'd be interesting to know how many active Debian systems there are out
> PS My wife and I currently have 4 Intel systems running Debian, 1 DEC
> running RedHat and three Etherminals (X terminals running Linux from
> EEPROM/NVRAM) in our two businesses. With more Etherminals on the
I've only been using Debian Linux for about 11 months now; however, I've
currently got 7 "production" and 2 more-or-less "development" machines
running Debian GNU/Linux 1.2.x - 1.3.x and all are connected to the
Internet. All are acting as dial-on-demand "routers", mail servers, etc.
for roughly 200 users or so (I've never actually counted...).
Not bad for less than a year.... Oh, and I've only ever "registered" one
of these systems....
Kevin Traas Baan Business Systems
Systems Analyst Langley, BC, Canada
Kevin@Baan-BBS.CA (604) 882-8169
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