I'm reading (the Italian translation of) The Confessions of Frannie Langton, a novel set in Georgian London, and one of the preeminent characters is the housekeeper of George and Marguerite Benham, Mrs Eustacia Linux.

I'm curious if Sara Collins, the author of the novel, has given a rationale of this very particular (to my ear at least) name.

I searched online but eventual results are lost in the sea of links to miss Linux, in the understanding of what I'm missing in the Linux operating system with regard to other OS's...



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