Thanks to Skip Collins
for this link.
“As thousands of computer professionals gather near here Tuesday
for the LinuxWorld Expo, it is clear that the free operating system
Linux is increasingly viewed as a viable alternative to Windows NT
for running corporate networks.
Over the past few months, a growing number of companies have
announced plans to support Linux (pronounced LINN-ucks). IBM,
Hewlett-Packard, Compaq and Dell are among hardware vendors that
offer equipment compatible with the operating system.”