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The Register: Dell extends Linux install offer to servers (Dec 06, 1999)

The Register: Torvalds confirms Transmeta 19 January 2000 'D-Day' (Nov 16, 1999)

The Register: Corel launches Linux into the mainstream (Nov 16, 1999)

The Register: Red Hat To Acquire Cygnus and Create Global Open Source Powerhouse (Nov 15, 1999)

The Register: Korean developer ports Linux to Palm (Nov 12, 1999)

The Register: Red Hat preps e-commerce oriented Linux upgrade (Nov 11, 1999)

The Register: Red Hat to buy Linux programming tool developer? (Nov 10, 1999)

The Register: Amiga users demand open source AmigaOS (Oct 21, 1999)

The Register: ATI brings Rage 3D acceleration to open source world (Oct 20, 1999)

The Register: Cobalt drops MIPS for x86 in next-gen server appliance (Oct 20, 1999)

The Register: Initiative seeks to ease Linux internationalisation (Oct 14, 1999)

The Register: Linux distributor Caldera delays IPO (Sep 29, 1999)

The Register: 3dfx to take on S3 texture comp. in open source move (Sep 16, 1999)

The Register: Yellow Dog Linux supports G4 PowerPC (Sep 16, 1999)

The Register: Microsoft set to unleash Java-killer Cool (Sep 08, 1999)

The Register: SGI releases XFS file system to Linux community (Aug 12, 1999)

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