"The fact that VMware's first ever product, VMware Workstation,
was based on Linux has meant that the company has always been very
Linux-friendly. In fact, many argue that VMware's re-invention of
the virtualisation market--it was started by IBM in the mid-1960s
when the technology starred in Big Blue's 704 mainframe--is a major
factor in Linux' popularity right now. But for how much longer can
this relationship last...?"
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