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Enterprise Linux Today: Alta Terra Releases Beta of its BearOps Linux Server Package

Nov 15, 2001, 15:04 (3 Talkback[s])
"Alta Terra Ventures Corp., an aggressively growing full-service Linux provider, announced today that their new enterprise level server product in now in final beta testing. The operating system will be a real asset to system administrators and those involved in enterprise level network servers. It creates a robust and stable server platform that can be used for e-mail daemons, printer sharing, file serving, ftp servers, data base servers, ISP or ASP servers, everyday networks and more. The BearOps Linux Server Package allows the user to maximize their network and to connect to many other platforms running Linux, Windows, Unix, Mac OS, Novell and others.

The BearOps Linux Server Package is built using the 2.4.12 kernel, the Gnome 1.4 desktop,and will include graphical user interface (GUI) management tools, such as a centralized control panel for easy management. The product features auto hardware detection for most devices. This unique product will allow the user to locate, install, or remove packages, and obtain software updates online including various security updates. The BearOps Linux Server Package uses selected benefits and advantages from Progeny and Debian distributions, and is fully compatible with the rigorous and highly efficient Debian package management system, permitting users to obtain packages from any of the Debian mirrors."

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