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InfoWorld: SuSE, others set to release updated Linux versions

Apr 12, 1999, 13:02 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mary Lisbeth D'Amico)

"Three of the major Linux suppliers are set to deliver this month their latest versions of the increasingly popular open-source operating system."

"German vendor SuSE next week will release SuSE Linux 6.1, based on the updated Linux kernel approved by the operating system's creator, Linus Torvalds, back in January. Meanwhile, Caldera is expected to show off OpenLinux 2.2 at the Linux Global Summit that is part of spring Comdex in Chicago next week. By month's end, Red Hat will formally debut its Version 6.0 of Linux."

"Caldera's Linux update will contain Version 2.2.5 of the Linux multiprocessing kernel and will sport a spiffier Windows-style graphical interface with an improved, point-and click installation process that takes less than 15 minutes to complete. OpenLinux 2.2 will also be bundled with the StarOffice suite of applications and Word Perfect A."

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