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2007 Desktop Linux Survey results revealed

The leading Linux distribution is the Ubuntu family — 30 percent of our survey respondents are using Ubuntu or one of its sister distributions: Kubuntu, Xubuntu, and Edubuntu.
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In third place this year we have “other Debian,” which includes Debian and all of its relatives besides Ubuntu: Debian, Freespire, Linspire, Linux Mint, MEPIS, and Xandros. While this group, at 14.2 percent, may have dropped behind SUSE this year, if you add in Ubuntu — the most popular Debian-based distribution of them all — Debian once again dominates the desktop Linux landscape, accounting for near half — 44.6 percent — of this year's distribution votes.

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