jd writes, "It's been rumoured for some time, but no code was shown and no announcements were made. Well, they actually did it. The first drop of the necessary code to bring Linux to B1 standards is on their Web site. The code is essentially a rip of their IRIX code, and isn't fully Linuxified, yet, but it's all there and ready." Update: 04/12 05:52 by E : We got mail from Richard, who maintains these pages... He says: "It is true that SGI are working on making Linux C2/B1 as anyone who has been to a SGI Linux University event will attest, and we are working with a number of others to that end. But to say that we have released a patch for Linux is very misleading and is setting expectations way above what is currently available." So, take this with a grain of salt.
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