M2 Presswire: Windows NT ’99 exhibition provides showcase for rival UK Linux

“The eagerly awaited UK version of the Linux operating system
was given its first public outing at the Windows NT ’99 show at
Olympia today, under the UK name of Definite Linux…”

Linux appeals to IT Executives who think for themselves and
are prepared to break the mould.
There is a growing band of
Linux users already in the UK who are using US, French or German
versions of the software. The launch of the UK version, Definite
Linux, which comes with free installation, will open the market

“Definite Linux runs on PC compatible hardware and is complete
with hundreds of applications including word processing,
networking, accounting, databases, office utilities, games etc. The
product ships with a FREE copy of Definite Linux Bookshelf (SRP
GBP29.99) which, includes over 100,000 searchable pages of Linux
related text, and Star Office 5.1 for personal and Business use.
Definite Linux can be used for almost any computing application, as
a UNIX workstation/server, internet server, development platform or
as a file and print server in a mixed UNIX, Windows and Mac

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