CNN/IDG: Neoware debuts thin version of LinuxApr 13, 2000, 19:24 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Thin-client maker Neoware jumped into the Linux swirl this week with a thin version of Linux - and a hardware box to back it up - designed for everything from cash registers to security appliances."
"NeoLinux, Neoware's thin version of Red Hat's Linux, is aimed at thin clients and can also be used for specific application boxes such as corporate security card readers, cash registers and firewall devices...."
"What makes NeoLinux valuable is the ability to save on licensing fees when compared with Windows, and the customizability that comes with being an open source operating system."
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