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CNET News.com: Red Hat, SuSE, others update Linux offerings

Aug 01, 2000, 02:08 (1 Talkback[s])
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"The heart of Linux [2.4 kernel] might not be ready yet, but companies and volunteers are releasing new versions of the rest of the operating system."

"German Linux seller SuSE today released version 7 of its Linux edition, while TurboLinux has begun shipping a version accompanied by IBM's DB2 database software, the companies said. Also today, Red Hat began offering a download of the beta version of its next edition, version 7.0. Red Hat is the biggest of the Linux software companies."

"On the user interface front, KDE has released an updated beta version of its new graphical user interface for Linux, featuring a more polished look, better reliability and several new features. A start-up called Eazel is working at the same time to bring its own improvements to Gnome, a competing user interface."

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