The Duke Chronicle: Linux to Replace Unix Systems
Apr 25, 2005, 19:45 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Peter Gebhard)
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"School is almost out, and before you know it
Dukeâ€™s Unix computers will be as well.
"This summer, the Office of Information
Technologyâ€™s division of Academic Technology
Services will be at work replacing the machines that run with
Unix--an operating system commonly used in scientific fields--in
labs around campus, including the engineering lab in 106 Teer
Library. The current crop of Sun Ultra 10s and Sun Blades will be
replaced with new Dell hardware. These new machines will run CentOS
3.3 as supported by Linux@DUKE. CentOS is a distribution of the
popular open-source operating system Linux..."