CNET News.com: [Trillian] Coalition says Linux ready for Intel's upcoming chipsFeb 03, 2000, 16:11 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Shankland)
"...the Trillian project has publicly released a version of the operating system that works on Intel's next-generation microprocessors.
The software now is available to anyone, not just the select few from a handful of companies that currently have worked on the Trillian project, executives at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo said here today."
"...representatives from the four biggest sellers of Linux said they will ship versions of their software as soon as systems built with the Itanium chip ships--currently expected in the second half of the year."