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ComputerWorld: IBM has big plans for LinuxJan 12, 2000, 07:19 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jaikumar Vijayan)
"Under the new effort, IBM -- which first announced plans to support Linux nearly two years ago -- will focus on improving the user interface and interoperability of Linux with other operating environments supported by IBM, such as its AIX version of Unix, OS/400 and Windows NT."
"The company will set up a 200-person Linux development team with centers in India and the U.S...."
"The goal is to make Linux more palatable to companies attracted by the growing popularity of the operating system but leery of its open-source roots, analysts said."
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