Is the Linux Uber-Geek “Administrator” Alive and Kicking?

Are users of desktop-focused Linux distros still best thought of as “adminstrators,” who cherish the idea of performing complex tasks when it comes to maintaining their operating systems and applications? That concept is not a new one. In fact, it’s old.

Linux users at large are no longer cave-dwelling uber-geeks clinging to their command-line pasts. However, the idea that they remain that way is alive and kicking.

LXer has an interesting post up, titled “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Linux World Domination,” and it argues that the idea of Linux users as uber-geeks is going strong.

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