Weta’s Linux cluster creates licensing ‘headache’

Posted by dave on Aug 16, 2004 4:23 PM EDT
Computerworld Australia
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Linux is freely available to all who care to download it, but commercially supported distributions cost real money as New Zealand company Weta Digital is discovering while it mulls over where to head with its 3200-processor Linux cluster.

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