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SubjectRe: 2.0, loggings, cpu quotas, 2.1 issues, etc.
> Hmmmm. I don't know _THAT_ many big numbercrunchers, that are running LINUX
> right now...
> (But I'd like to see that! ;-) )

Take a look at the July issue of Linux Journal. There's a story in there
about Linux now running on "a SPARC based supercomputer, the Fujitsu
AP1000+."

You mean that kind of big number cruncher? :)

Also, in this issue, there's a letter about Linux being used on the Space
Shuttle mission STS-75. They've got it loaded on a Thinkpad and used it
to run a program for controlling an experiment ported from Digital Unix
to Linux. "Penguins in SPAAAAAAAAAACE!" (It's a Muppet reference for
those of you who missed it.:)

Kudos, BTW to everyone who worked on getting 2.0 out!


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