LanTimes reviews Caldera OpenLinux in its current, Sept. 15, issue in a
comparison against other commercial Unix servers. While not giving
Caldera Linux a top rating, LanTimes takes it seriously as a credible
commercial grade server.
"The once-ridiculed notion that Linux, a publicly produced and supported
Unix variant, should ever find its way into corporate IS has suddenly
become very real. Caldera has turned a product that was freeware into a
commercially viable OS ... a solid, well-supported OS equipped with a
glut of useful applications and utilities--all of which were produced by
Congrats, Caldera, for a fine marketing and PR job. Congrats,
LanTimes, for waking up and smelling the coffee.
"The society which scorns excellence in plumbing as a humble activity
and tolerates shoddiness in philosophy because it is an exalted activity
will have neither good plumbing nor good philosophy ... neither its
pipes nor its theories will hold water."
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