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Linux popularity across the globe

The Linux landscape is constantly changing and has a strong community of both developers and users. But where is Linux the most popular, and where are the different Linux distributions the most popular?
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Global popularity of the different Linux distributions
As mentioned in the introduction, we looked at eight common distributions: Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, Fedora, Debian, Red Hat, Mandriva, Slackware and Gentoo.

Some interesting observations
Ubuntu is most popular in Italy and Cuba.
OpenSUSE is most popular in Russia and the Czech Republic.
Red Hat is most popular in Bangladesh and Nepal.
Debian is most popular in Cuba.
Cuba is in the top five (interest-wise) of three of the eight distributions in this survey.
Indonesia is in the top five of four of the distributions.
Russia and the Czech Republic are in the top five of five of the distributions.
The United States is not in the top five of any of the distributions.

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