writes "John C. Dvorak's latest commentary is up at ZDnet. "
I've been seeing this story came across quite a bit today. Dvorak offers an insightful commentary on Linux and "The Big Time" (He uses IRC servers as an example), although one that I don't necessarily agree with. In a switch from the normal take, he sees strong growth on the desktop, while predicting Linux won't grow in the workhorse server area much. Can anyone confirm or deny the allegation the IRC servers and Linux mentioned in the piece? Update: 09/21 06:29
:Click below - proof is below that Linux does at least some of the machines.
[root@brain:~]# queso -p 4400 dallas-r.tx.us.undernet.org
220.127.116.11:4400 * Linux 2.1.xx
[root@brain:~]# queso -p 6667 Haarlem.NL.EU.UnderNet.Org
18.104.22.168:6667 * Linux 2.1.xx