Linux is the Unix reference implementation
"The technology base for Unix software development has been moving steadily toward Linux for some time. IBM is the probably the most widely known and vocal Linux advocate from the "gosh they're big" software vendor group. IBM ported its Lotus suite, its DB2 Universal Database, and the Tivoli suite of applications to Linux. This, coupled with "end-to-end" services that support IBM hardware and various software suites (some of it not even IBM's own) running on Linux, has helped Linux penetrate further into the corporate data center."
(Submitted by Noel Sun May 16, 2004 )
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