happen interviews the creator of the Linux kernel, Linus Torvalds, and this time the boys were TechRadar those who have made a meeting in which Linus have asked for some interesting questions, and above all the I did mention in my interview with Mark Shuttleworth: “Less is more?”. I mean, would not it be better fewer options
The interviewer asked him the same question, “Have you failed Linux on the desktop because there are too many options? “, something that Linus replied stating that the fundamental problem is that people do not want install anything, and manufacturers have Linux preinstalled in almost any case .
But then again on the subject when the interviewer makes a comment about PulseAudio, a system that gives perhaps too many options rather than a volume control with which all developers should provide support. Instead the complexity of PulseAudio has complicated their success and alternatives have appeared as Jack, not necessarily better or worse, just different. And that’s when Linus says “ Yes, some things would be simpler if there were no choice, I agree with you “.
The interview is interesting because it is very hot some issues such as the integration of Android in the kernel or the status of Secure Boot (which Linus has good review). Also think about the fact that you have a MacBook Air, which claims its hardware design is fine but “ with the hardware itself have often done some stupid things “. No further clarifies the concept, but the fact is that Fedora on your Mac Book Air .
The last question is particularly curious because the interviewer asks the same to all personalities ranging Linux to interviewing: “Linus Torvalds If you were, what would you change about Linux? ” , to which Linus replied “I would not change anything “.
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