From: John P. Looney (valen at domain redbrick.dcu.ie)
Date: Fri 28 May 1999 - 10:44:58 IST
On Fri, May 28, 1999 at 09:07:15AM +0100, John Gay mentioned:
> IBM TO MODIFY UNIX OPERATING SYSTEM TO RUN LINUX APPLICATIONS
> IBM plans to adjust its AIX operating system to support Linux
> applications. This will allow IBM customers to store all of
> their Web applications on one server, the company says.
Mad. Only a few weeks back, Sun mentioned that Solaris would be able to
run Linux apps too...
There was an IBM presentation in DCU a few days back (they are giving us a
pair of hoofy Netfinitys, an S/390 and a hundred Netstations (with 64MB RAM
& 266Mhz 21164s no less). When asked "So, would you let us install Linux on
the S/390 ?", I got one of the dirtiest looks I've seen in a long, long
-- Is PIRACY killing the Amiga?" bravely ponders AMIGA FORMAT - well, either that or someone's stopped manufacturing the hardware. -- www.ntk.net (30.04.99)
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