German City Goes Entirely Linux
Posted on: 12/19/2002 11:25 PM

Schwäbisch Hall builds IT infrastructure based on SuSE Linux and IBM Servers

The German city of Schwäbisch Hall (population 36,000) will build its IT infrastructure entirely on SuSE Linux - replacing a more costly Windows installation.

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