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LinuxPR: VA Linux Introduces Debian-Based 2U Servers

Oct 12, 2000, 22:36 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Allows Free, Easy Software Updates Through VA Linux Internet Site."

"VA Linux Systems, today announced the immediate availability of Debian GNU/Linux software on its 2200 series Internet servers, complete with technical support, services and free updates via the Internet. Customers ordering VA's popular 2200 series 2U (3.5-inch-high) rackmount Linux servers will now have the option of choosing between Debian- and Red Hat-based Linux software for their systems."

"VA Linux is the first major server vendor to pre-install, deliver and support Debian GNU/Linux--the most popular non-commercial version of the Linux operating system and one of the first major Linux distributions, created in 1993. With over 3,800 software packages maintained by more than 500 volunteer developers worldwide, Debian GNU/Linux is highly regarded for its technical maturity and exceptional level of quality maintained by the Debian Project's extensive network of developers and users. Debian 2.2 is fully compliant with the Linux Development Platform Specification (LDPS 1.0), which allows standardization of application development on Linux."

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