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BW: Linuxcare Certifies Tripp Lite UPS Systems and Software as Compatible With [Red Hat] Linux

May 23, 2000, 21:23 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Tripp Lite, a world leader in the manufacture of power protection equipment, continues to be recognized for its support of the Linux development community. Linuxcare, a leader in providing comprehensive services for Linux and open source software, has certified that Tripp Lite UPS Systems and PowerAlert Software are compatible and fully supported under the Linux Red Hat distribution. Linuxcare Labs, the product certification arm of Linuxcare, is the first independent testing authority to inaugurate a comprehensive program for certifying hardware and software for use with the Linux operating system."

"We are pleased to receive yet another endorsement of our products' ability to work within the Linux platform," said Mike Delgrosso, Tripp Lite's Director of Software Development. "Tripp Lite understands the importance of seamless integration with distributions such as Linux Red Hat, and is committed to providing Linux users with the most comprehensive power protection solutions available."

"Linuxcare Labs offers a vendor-neutral testing methodology that embraces open standard and prevents platform fragmentation," said Doug Mackbee, General Manager of Linuxcare Labs, Linuxcare, Inc. "Certification by Linuxcare Labs gives Linux users the assurance that the systems and components they purchase are fully supported under the major Linux distributions. The Tripp Lite products have been tested and shown to exhibit full functionality under the Linux kernel and are logo tested for Red Hat 6.2."

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