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LinuxPR: VA Linux Systems To Provide Red Hat 7.0-Based Software On Servers

Sep 25, 2000, 20:37 (0 Talkback[s])

"Software Includes Key Contributions from VA Linux Developers."

"VA Linux Systems today announced that the company plans to offer Red Hat 7.0-based software for ordering as a standard server or workstation software load in mid-October. Red Hat 7.0 is also available for download starting tomorrow via SourceForge's high-bandwidth mirror site, which also includes mirrors for other popular Linux-related software projects, such as the Linux kernel, Debian GNU/Linux, GNOME, KDE, Mozilla, SuSE Linux and XFree86."

"VA Linux engineers expect to continue final qualification of Red Hat 7.0 for VA Linux systems over the coming weeks. VA Linux Systems optimizes the operating system and applications to improve performance on its servers and workstations, modifying and enhancing software packages where necessary, and supplements its systems with additional software packages for high-performance Internet and e-business applications."

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