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PRNewswire: PC-Doctor Introduces PC Diagnostic Solutions for Linux Users

Jul 18, 2000, 20:22 (2 Talkback[s])


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PC-Doctor, Inc., the leading global developer of hardware diagnostic and system information tools, announces PC-Doctor for Linux, the first Linux-based hardware diagnostic tool designed for personal computer manufacturers and corporate IT departments. This diagnostic solution determines the configuration of computers running Linux and performs over 350 tests for quick resolution of hardware problems."

"PC-Doctor for Linux supports all major Linux distributions including those from Red Hat, SuSE, Corel, Debian, and Slackware. The product also provides an enterprise-strength and structured diagnostic environment for embedded Linux applications. PC-Doctor for Linux is available for most CPUs including IA32, IA64, and RISC."

"PC-Doctor's Linux solution offers OEMs and IT organizations the same robust diagnostic features we already provide for other popular operating environments," said Aki Korhonen, Chief Technology Officer of PC-Doctor. "True to our role as the diagnostic standards leader in the PC industry, PC-Doctor is the first to include Linux. We are determined to offer our customers the most current and comprehensive testing for the latest technologies."

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