Lifehacker: The readers have also commented that they arestaying away from Linux because it is missing big name softwarepackages—especially games. Is there a strategy to overcome this traditionallyunconquerable Linux roadblock?
Mark Shuttleworth: Games are a particularly difficult thing to address onLinux. Obviously that’s less of an issue in a corporate environment or amongstprofessional developers who may well have multiple computers and have a gamingmachine for their own personal use separate from their development machine. Itis not something we particularly want to address at this stage. That industryhas very specific economics that we can’t really influence.
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