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SRO: The New Linux Companies, Goals: Easier Linux for more customersJan 20, 2000, 01:34 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols)
"Two different companies, Cybernet Systems Corp. and Libra Computer Systems Ltd., are taking two different approaches to give new Linux customers the Linux power they want without the usual Linux-training headaches."
"Cybernet's is pursuing a thin-server approach. Its NetMAX products are ready-to-install custom Linux distributions that work as a firewall, file server or Web/e-mail server...."
"LibraNet Linux Desktop is based on the KDE windows environment and includes the usual array of Linux end-user applications: Netscape 4.6, Star Office 5.1 and WordPerfect. So what sets LibraNet apart from other Linux distributions?"
"The answer is extensive e-mail support for a year...."
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