SRO: Reseller Linux: A New HopeSep 13, 1999, 15:46 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols)
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"The big Linux changes of the core version 2.3 are still months away. In the meantime, commercial Linux companies are hard at work incorporating the latest minor upgrades into their products and adding their own features. The results are sturdier, more flexible and more marketable Linux packages."
"TurboLinux, formerly Pacific HiTech, was the first out of the gate in late August with a new Linux launch: TurboLinux Workstation 3.6. Despite the name, this package also comes with everything you need to install a Linux server. This version comes with a Linux 2.2.9 kernel..."
"SuSE, not to be outdone, has also released SuSE Linux 6.2. This Linux, which SuSE claims has more Linux applications in one package, includes such interesting oddities as Commodore 64 and Atari ST emulations for your customers who just won't let go of their older, off the beaten track applications."
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