Using Linux in the real world

A talk for the Linux Users of Victoria, May 1997

The mini abstract:

The Water Studies Centre at Monash University is developing a analyser system (nicknamed AFIMS) as the front-end for a monitoring/process control system for efficient waste water treatment.

This talk looks at why Linux was used in the project, some of the issues involved in using Linux, Python and Java for the control software and how to sell Linux to management for "real" world applications.

Written by Graeme Cross