LinuxPR: OpenDocs to produce Yellow Dog Linux Book
Nov 08, 2000, 09:12 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Terra Soft Solutions, Inc., the leading developer of Linux
solutions for PowerPC microprocessors, has announced a collaborate
effort with OpenDocs Publishing to produce a 300+ page book for
Terra Soft's next release, Yellow Dog Linux 2.0."
"The book will include the much anticipated (and long
awaited) PowerPC Linux distribution Yellow Dog Linux 2.0 (slated to
ship mid-December) which introduces a consistent graphical
installer and maintenance environment. "We have been wanting
to write something of this caliber to compliment our Linux
distribution. OpenDocs' professional work with us is perfectly
timed ... an excellent launch for Yellow Dog Linux 2.0," stated Kai
Staats, CEO of Terra Soft Solutions, Inc."
"OpenDocs initiated work on the book last week and expects to
have a shipping product by the beginning of February 2001. Similar
in content to an introductory-level book about Red Hat Linux, the
YDL 2.0 book will cover all of the bases with a focus on the
PowerPC advantages and features."