CNET News.com: Two more feast on new Linux kernelApr 30, 1999, 17:53 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Pacific HiTech and SuSE, two of the biggest commercial sellers of the Linux operating system, are refreshing their product lines to incorporate the latest Linux kernel."
"SuSE 6.1, including the 2.2 kernel is scheduled to start shipping Monday, according to the company's Web site, and Pacific HiTech will announce Monday that a server-tuned version of TurboLinux will begin shipping in June..."
"In addition, Pacific HiTech will begin shipping its first Chinese version of Linux Monday, is investing in a Linux Research Center in Beijing at Qinghua, China's top science university, and has established partnerships with two large Chinese computer companies, the company said..."
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