Android and Chrome are going to kill Linux? They ARE Linux. I am only saying that the name "Linux" is not reaching the everyday computer user. They are not aware that they are based on UNIX/Linux. They don't care. But people know Apple and OS X and now they are aware of Googles Android OS and Crome OS. Linux is not showing up as a main-stream OS. I'm searching in vain to find a reason to care. About the only OS that's been consistent over the years is Windows. Windows has always been called Windows. Linux has really never been referred to as Linux when it came to distributions. It's sometimes tagged on the end, but you've always had Redhat, Suse, Slackware, Debain, Ubuntu, Mint, Android, ChromeOS, etc. They're all Linux. Not even Apple's OS has been consistent over the years. There were the System X days, and then came OSX, which brought about a new naming convention entirely. I doubt most people can tell you whether they have Lion or Snow Leopard or Fluffy Kitteh version of OSX. It doesn't matter. What matters is that Linux is not just succeeding, it's succeeding in a spectacular fashion. Linux isn't going anywhere any time soon.