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PR: Terra Soft Releases 64-bit Yellow Dog Linux

Apr 27, 2005, 19:45 (0 Talkback[s])


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Terra Soft Solutions, Inc. is pleased to announce the immediate release of 64-bit Yellow Dog Linux.

"With Tiger 'unleashed' in 48 hours and even Microsoft caught-up in the 64-bit wave, we give into peer pressure and release this interrum set of ISOs. A compilation of our work to date as we move toward the early summer release of v4.1, Yellow Dog Linux v4.0.90 is built upon eighteen months in-house and customer experience with 64-bit," states Kai Staats, CEO Terra Soft Solutions.

In addition to the expected double-precision, support for 16GB RAM, and native runtime environment for both 32- and 64-bit code, v4.0.90 offers:

  • A bi-arch (32/64) toolchain.
  • Core 64-bit libraries such as ncurses, readline, db4.
  • Updated X.org corrects Aluminum Cinema display issues.

Exclusively available to YDL.net Enhanced members v4.0.90 may be downloaded immediately from http://www.ydl.net/

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