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Debian.org: Debian Added to Compaq Test Drive Program

Mar 09, 2000, 22:17 (0 Talkback[s])

"The Compaq Testdrive program has recently added Debian's frozen GNU/Linux distribution, potato (aka, Debian 2.2) to the list of systems available for use. Compaq is now making testdrives available via the Internet for the Open Source community. This is a program that lets users world-wide get a shell account, free of charge, for development and testing purposes. By registering for a shell account..., developers can evaluate the Debian distributions running on Compaq AlphaServers and ProLiant Servers..."

"The AlphaServers have the latest Compaq optimized FORTRAN compilers as well as the GNU tools installed.

"These machines provide an excellent means for interested parties to try out the Debian distribution..."

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