>But these are baby steps. Three things are needed if Linux is to duel
>Windows NT for real.
>1. Enterprise-quality technical support. Linux still feels risky to
>large corporations, who feel they need support from a single point of
>contact, not from a loose alliance of libertarian programmers. It
>makes some IT professionals wonder if they could get fired for
>Of the three obstacles, this is the easiest one to solve, because it
>is largely perception versus reality. Companies such as Caldera and
>Red Hat now offer user-friendly commercial versions with nationwide
>support. Click for full story.
So, are you still there?
Howling to the moonlight on a hot summer night...
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