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Y2K gives Linux in schools a chance!


The thought just came to me that till the end of this year  the
_enormous_ number of i386, i486 machines will  be  thrown  from
all kinds of organizations.

I think, the Y2K clock problems in BIOS aren't  a  problem  for
Linux which doesn't use BIOS. This gives Linux a chance to  get
into schools and prolong the life of those  machines.  Even  as
terminals, they will be still  useful  in  the  schools  (which
AFAIK usually aren't that rich).

Sincerely yours, Roman Suzi
Russia * Karelia * Petrozavodsk
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