The Register: Intel red-faced over Red Hat erratumnotbugJul 20, 2000, 10:47 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mike Magee)
"A large UK university -- we're not naming names -- is livid because of an Intel erratum which is preventing it from rolling out 1U headless servers running RedHat Linux, which it wanted to adminster remotely."
"But a problem at Emission Boulevard, Intel's HQ, means that the boffins at the uni, rather than install commodity x86 boxes, may be forced to go with the opposition because of an erratumnotbug in the pipeline."
"A system administrator at the university told The Register: "1U boxes are very much in fashion and Intel launched the ISP 1100 which looked ideal." There is information about this box at this URL."