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GOP Gets $1M from Microsoft, Runs Web Site on Solaris Anyway

The Register is a British IT magazine known for its irreverent streak, and no better example can be found than this. According to a story on their Web Site, the Republican National Convention Web Site is running on Apache and the Solaris operating system. This is apparently true despite the fact that Microsoft has donated $1 million to the Republican National Committee.

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