Linux in the Real World
Feb 01, 1995 By Vance Petree
Last month I described the considerable success Virginia Power has enjoyed using Linux as the basis for a distributed data collection and archiving system. Well, Time marches on, Linux marches on and one of the cardinal rules of the Universe manifests itself: Anything that works tends to get used. A lot. And frequently in unexpected ways. Linux, blissfully so, is no exception.
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