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This month in Linux Voice.

A few years ago, we couldn't stop talking about the Linux desktop. It seemed that Linux was riding a big, beautiful wave to glory and would soon snatch massive market share from the Windows and macOS desktop systems. Linux is here to stay of course, but those dreams of conquering the desktop didn't work out exactly like the evangelists were planning. What happened? FUDD? Fragmentation? Too many cooks stirring too many pots? Sure all of that, but was there something else? In this month's LinuxVoice, we look at perceptions of Linux among non-users and analyze the state of the Linux desktop through the lens of a human behavior theory known as social proof. Also inside, we show you how to record command-line sessions with asciinema, and we take a look at UltraScreen – an open source screen-sharing tool that works very well across a router.

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