"TechWeb - The Chinese government is embracing the penguin. It awarded a $42.7 million contract last week to Sun Wah Linux Ltd. for 141,000 desktop PCs running the open-source operating system for primary and secondary schools in Jiangsu Province. Sun Wah Linux, working with six PC vendors, plans to install Rays LX, its version of Debian-based Linux workstation software. The original contract called for Windows, but the software vendor says it 'managed to turn these desktops into dual-boot machines with Rays LX as the preferred loading OS. ..."