We drink beer and hack Linux... Sometimes a company will have a challenge for us to solve fx.
one time a fellow Linux user wanted us to help him make old 386 machines run Windows 2000 (wait for it), using Citrix. We ended up with a working solution after about 2 hours of hacking a standard RedHat setup, that was with bootrom chip burning for the terminal PC' NIC. stripping down a 386 PC to total nakedness and then displaying the awesomeness of Windows 2000 Advanced Server on it
So now the old 386 PCs are useful again, all the really do is boot from the bootp chip, find the Linux server and when X has started... BANG it displays the citrix logon screen.. of course the solution is 100% secure, and I would like to see the gradeschool kid who can mess it up.
This setup btw is now in full use on several large schools, and we helped them save a lot of money... ain't that neat?