"What makes Linux capable of doing this? Is it development
process; is it ease of writing drivers; is this sheer stubbornness
on parts of people like you? What is it?
"I think it's all of those. The ease of writing drivers; Linux
drivers are at normally one-third smaller than Windows drivers or
other operating system drivers. We have all the examples there, so
it's trivial to write a new one if you have new hardware, usually
because you can copy the code and go. We maintain them for forever,
so the old ones don't disappear and we run on every single
processor out there. I mean Linux is 80% of the world's top 500
super computers right now and we're also the number one embedded
operating system today. We've got both sides of the market because
it's--yeah it's pretty amazing. I don't know why, but we're doing
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