I can't decide if the habit of referring to Linux
as if it weren't a unix
OS is the fault of seperatist fanatical linux users
, or a plot by Microsoft
to make it appear that Windows NT
has captured the server market.
Probably both. MSNBC reports that in 1999 NT had 38.1% of the server market, while Linux had 24.6% and unix 15.3%. Note that if you add the last two numbers, the result is greater than the NT percentage.