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Enterprise Linux Today: SuSE Linux AG Announce Full Support For IBM eServers

Oct 06, 2000, 21:35 (0 Talkback[s])

"Today, SuSE Linux AG, the international technology leader and solutions provider in Open Source operating system (OS) software, announced their full support for IBM eServers. SuSE Linux supports more IBM server platforms than any other commercially available Linux distribution."

"As a result of the close partnership between both companies, SuSE Linux will support all existing and upcoming IBM server platforms with its architecture agnostic distribution, from Intel based systems (IA 32; IA 64), 32 bit and 64 bit PowerPC systems to the traditional 31 bit S/390 and new 64 bit Mainframes."

"In preparation for the new 64 bit environment, SuSE Linux S/390 has been available on the web since early July and has recorded more than 500 downloads. In addition to the Linux operating system environment, SuSE Linux S/390 includes more than 400 popular software applications such as Apache, Samba, Sendmail, Bind, various development tools and other applications."

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