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The Register: Apple Cube Clones Continue; Latest Runs Linux

Nov 15, 2000, 18:17 (5 Talkback[s])
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"Komodo, it transpires, is a small office server, designed to provide LAN-connected users with a single point of access to the Net. The box operates as Web, FTP, fax, DNS, DHCP and email server, according to MacNN, which first spotted the thing."

"And cheeky DA Computing - unlike previous Mac cloners - cheerfully admits there is a similarity: "[Komodo Server] was gifted with a beautiful out-looking, the cubic shape. If you like the Apple G4 Cube, you should like our Komodo Server."

"MacNN tells us the Komodo is available in multiple colours and is actually rather bigger than Apple's Cube - it's roughly twice the size of the Mac. DA hasn't released a spec. but the machine is known to be based on Linux, so we assume there's an x86 chip sitting in there somewhere."

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