"Integrating Linux into a large-scale production network
running SPARCs and Windows."
"Linux has come a long way in these past few years, no longer a
geek toy and well on its way to being a mainstream operating
system. Linus Torvalds, with tongue firmly planted in cheek, is
striving for world domination; however, one of the more intriguing
strengths of Linux is its friendly and fruitful coexistence with
other systems, UNIX or not. In fact, its standards-based approach
is one of my favorite ways of distinguishing between it and certain
"This being said, I would like to present some experiences with
integrating Linux machines into a production computer network of
over 1000 nodes, divided into about two-thirds SPARCs running Sun
Solaris and one-third PCs running one of the variety of software
packages emanating from Redmond, WA."
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