Subject: MacOS X Server and next-generation Mac hardware
To: Jim Wise <>
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Date: 03/18/1999 10:20:59
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Jim> MacOS Rumors ( reports a rumor that
Jim> apple will be shipping (or supporting OEMs in shipping) LinuxPPC
Jim> on their next generation server hardware.

I don't know about your rumour, but, I've just heard a suggestion
which led me to the URL below, and the following quote:

| Open Source Development
| With the launch of Darwin, the Open Source release of the Mac OS X
| Server operating system foundation, Apple is the first major
| computer company to make Open Source development a key part of its
| ongoing software strategy. [Mar 16]

Look on: