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    The whole human genome project is done using Linux!!!


    For the benefit of those who don't read the eBulletin, here is a link to a very interesting article.

    Sorry! They clipped the title and I'm not able to edit it. So here's an amended title: The whole human genome project is done using Linux!!!
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    Thanks, Hazel, for a commendation, indeed!
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    I didn't know that specifically, but now that you mention it it's not that surprising when you consider how many of the worlds super computers are using Linux as their OS. What did surprise me slightly is that unlike the majority of supercomputers they appear to be using a stock distribution.
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