LinuxPR: Tuxtops Releases its Long-Awaited Debian Easy-Install Software for Laptops
Oct 03, 2000, 19:39 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Now installing Debian GNU/Linux on a laptop is as simple as
loading a CD, turning it on and watching it go."
"Tuxtops, leading the pack in the Linux mobile computer market,
is proud to offer its new Debian software release specially tuned
for laptops. Now you can buy one of the company's premiere
pre-configured laptops with Debian, or simply purchase the
standalone software if you already own a notebook."
"Debian GNU/Linux (www.debian.org) is the most widely
hailed non-commercial distribution of the trememdously popular free
operating system, GNU/Linux. Tuxtops has selected Debian as a
key component of its offering, prompted by vociferous demand from
its customer base. This release marks another major advance towards
Tuxtops' ultimate goal, to make the mobile Linux computing
experience as smooth and enjoyable as possible for end users,
businesses, and systems administrators."
"The Tuxtops Debian release finally makes this
fantastic open source operating system available with a custom
compiled kernel 2.2.17 (complete with .config file), PCMCIA 3.1.20,
and specially tuned XFree86 configuration.
Netscape and StarOffice 5.2 (the
newest version of Sun Microsystem's Microsoft Office compatible
office suite) come preloaded. Add to that a free copy of O'Reilly's
Learning Debian/GNU Linux with every pre-configured laptop
purchased, and anyone is ready to run Debian right out of the