Daily Yomiuri On-Line (Japan): Linux is set to start going places
Jul 11, 2000, 07:28 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by John Jerney)
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"It seems as though the cuddly penguin--the mascot for the
Linux operating system--is forever forging into new territory.
This became abundantly clear to me when I noticed even IBM starting
to plug its "big iron" System 390 mainframe computer as the ideal
"So when I learned about Linux being groomed for the toughest
platform of all mobile computing--it all seemed rather logical.
After all, Linux is both powerful and compact, fitting all the
features of a fully modern operating system into a package that can
even run on vintage DOS computers. Moving it to the mobile arena
makes perfect sense to me."
"And why not? Just a quick glance at the official Linux home
page (www.linux.org) is enough to see the grassroots enthusiasm for
Linux in the worldwide developer community. Here you will find
efforts under way to port (modify) Linux to run on almost three
dozen platforms, ranging from the mostly obsolete x86 processors to
the even more obsolete NeXT "cube."
- ZDNet: Opening handhelds(Jul 03, 2000)
- eWeek: Handheld makers are grasping for Linux(Jun 23, 2000)
- PRNewswire: Compaq Ports Linux to iPAQ Handheld Computer(Jun 19, 2000)
- Daily Yomiuri On-Line (Japan): Is open source the wave of the future?(May 23, 2000)
- Fred Mobach: Big Iron on your desktop?(May 23, 2000)
- LinuxPlanet: It's Official: IBM Releases Linux for the S/390(May 17, 2000)
- LinuxPlanet: S/390: The Linux Dream Machine(Feb 23, 2000)
- ComputerWorld (Denmark): Linux on IBM S/390 mainframe(Oct 12, 1999)
- Daily Yomiuri: 1st Linux conference in Japan(Mar 16, 1999)
- Daily Yomiuri Online: Does Linux represent real threat?(Feb 08, 1999)