Virginia Power—Linux Hard at Work

This is a story of Linux in the Real World—a tale rife with adventure and suspense, brimming with excitement and sacrifice and drama and—well, maybe not all of those things. But it is a story of the considerable (and ongoing) success of Linux in an area that affects just about all of us: electric power. And as for the suspense and excitement—well, you'll see. But first we need a
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Linuxed totally?

M Holt's picture

Is it still great, Vance? There are no odd quirks that surprise anyone? What happened to the other guys? Did Floyd bail out?

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