Linux Revisits Algebra Class
"Today Linux provides a rich development environment combined with familiar support tools, which include system logs and, in the worst case, core files. Because of the open source nature of Linux, it is relatively easy to adapt to new requirements. For example, when a school replaces a failed network card, the NSCF can update their system with a new driver, if necessary. In addition, it often is possible to obtain Linux drivers for older hardware that couldn't be used with commercial operating systems."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Sep 21, 2004 )
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