The Taipei Times covers
worries that Taiwan is falling behind China in Linux adoption. "Currently there are around 20 Taiwanese companies making Linux products,
such as server applications and embedded products. The government hopes to
increase that number to 50 by 2007. The authorities are also setting a
target to have 10 percent of personal computers and 30 percent of Internet
servers used by government agencies and corporate networks run on a
Linux-based system by 2007.
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