"A 1990's Linux start-up that resurfaced as a Linux system
management software vendor is now shipping a Linux-powered device
aimed at simplifying Linux system administration. The Intrepid M is
the first hardware product from Levanta--formerly LinuxCare--and
the 'world's first Linux management appliance,' according to the
"LinuxCare was a fun and friendly Linux startup founded in the
late 90s by Art Tyde, Dave LaDuke (who went on to found Sputnik),
and Dave Sifry, and located down in the basement of a converted
fashion mall in San Francisco's South of Market district..."
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