All kidding aside, that's not to say there isn't a place for Linux in your company's operating environment, though. In fact, I would expect to see more iSeries/i5 based companies implement both of these operating systems rather than just implementing Linux. But it all depends on the applications you plan to run. Some may be more suited to Linux, and some may be more suited to OS/400. You may want to pick the applications you require first and then pick the platform (hardware and OS) they are designed to run on, second.
To help you in making a decision on which hardware to run Linux on, a good place to see how Linux is implemented on an iSeries/i5 platform can be found within the IBM Info Center.
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