Techweb: IBM Unveils Linux Plans For Intel's MontereyAug 10, 2000, 20:16 (0 Talkback[s])
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"IBM this week unveiled the Linux plans for its next-generation AIX for Intel's 64-bit chip, known as Monterey...."
"AIX 5L, which will run on the IA-64 architecture from Intel and IBM's upcoming Power4-based Regatta Unix server fleet, will initially include Linux APIs and a GNU tool set that will enable developers to build Linux applications and recompile them on AIX, IBM officials said...."
"Over the long term, IBM plans to deepen "Linux affinity" in its Unix operating system in the form of a common development environment for Unix and Linux applications, binary compatibility, and common systems management."
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