"If you are a Linux developer or aficionado, you may want to get
the Linux Technology Preview from Caldera as soon as possible.
The good news is that it is priced under $20 and now comes with
a $20 rebate, making shipping your only cost. The bad news
(remember, this is a preview) is that you will need to avoid
installing it on a production machine." "What other vendors
would call a "beta" version, Caldera has deemed the "Linux
Technology Preview." The Linux Technology Preview (LTP) is more
than a snapshot of the next operating system to come from Caldera;
it is a glimpse of things to come in all of Linux. The strongest
feature of LTP is that it is built on the new 2.4 kernel. It also
includes the latest Java development tools and C++ compilers. Other
KDE 2.0 preview
CD of the source code for those adventurous enough to
"Before doing any installation or ordering, however, check the
errata sheet to make certain your system will work correctly with
this OS. A version of the errata sheet is included on the
installation CD, but an updated version can be found on the Web
(see the URL at the end of this article). Among the things you will
learn from the errata is that StarOffice 5.2 will not run, and that
there are issues with lizardx (the configuration utility)."
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