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Re: Linux article in Sunworl

On Sun, Jan 04, 1998 at 02:40:12PM -0800, George Bonser wrote:
> A pretty nice article in Sunworld:
> http://www.sun.com/sunworldonline/swol-01-1998/swol-01-linux.html

Nice, although the "Linux is not Solaris" theme came through a bit strong.
Also, I don't remember there being a Pentium _II_ bug, as the article
mentioned. Caldera, Redhat and (ugh) Slackware all got a mention,
but Debian didn't, despite mention of the space shuttle.

I thought it was funny that the article expanded the acronym GNU.
>From what I hear from the (very few) Solaris people I know, GNU is
the first thing you have to install after Solaris itself :-)

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