We recently reported on some speculation that an Android netbook wasn’t out of the question. Xandros and Ubuntu have both been widely used in netbooks, causing many to think that 2009 might be the year Linux breaks Microsoft’s OS domination.However, Google Watchers have a different view. They recently featured a few comments explaining just why Android wasn’t the way to go.Of course, nobody wants Android to replace Linux. The point of Linux is that all distributions can fairly have a chance of making it. However, Android has a ways to go before it satisfies core reqs for most operating systems:It seems not everyone is excited about an Android netbook.Via GoogleWatch.