"SOT, the publisher of Best Linux, is going to release the Best
Linux T-1/2001 version next week. The new release contains the
brand new kernel 2.4.1 released yesterday and KDE 2.1 version. This
release is part of SOT's T-1 beta testing program having over 3400
registered beta testers globally."
"The testing and open public dialogue with international users
and developers is ready to start. Our volunteer developers ensure
quality and help us to improve ease of use with the objective of
Best Linux being attractive to desktop users looking for a reliable
solution. With this release we move one step closer to our
aspiration of Linux being the Best OS." said Phil Heenan, CEO,
"The English beta version is called Best Linux T-1/2001. SOT
will start shipping the CD-ROMs free-of-charge to registered beta
testers next week. A ready-to-burn ISO image will be also available
for those who don't want to wait for snail mail, or have not
registered to the program. The last T-1 beta program was a global
success last year with over 3,200 beta testers."
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