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YDL Champion Server 1.1 to Debut at MacWorld NY

Kai Staats
writes:

Loveland, Colorado, 5 July 1999

On July 21st Terra Soft Solutions will debut the most
professional, powerful, and complete Linux distribution for PowerPC
available: Champion Server 1.1 offers improvements and updates both
anticipated and unexpected, including Netscape, 10/100Mb ethernet,
simplified X setup, and improved support for iMacs, Blue &
Whites, and the ’99 “bronze keyboard” PowerBook G3s as well as the
older Apple PowerPCs.

“Since the introduction of Champion Server 1.0 in March, we have
received highly valuable feedback from our customers. And we have
listened. With CS 1.1, we responded to both the positive and the
negative, and hope to exceed the expectations of our existing and
future customers. This is the product we envisioned when the
concept of Yellow Dog was born,” states Kai Staats, CEO Terra Soft
Solutions, Inc.

With Yellow Dog Linux Champion Server 1.1, Terra Soft extends
Installation Support to include X configuration, offers hardware
support for certain IBM RS/6000s, and teams-up with leading
companies in the industry (to be announced). Terra Soft is pleased
to continue to work with the Linux for PowerPC developers group and
to receive ongoing support from Apple Developer Relations.

Some Champion Server 1.1 high-lights include:

  • improved installation routine
  • kernel 2.2.6
  • glibc 2.1.1
  • egcs 1.1.2
  • PostgreSQL 6.5
  • Xconfigurator 4.2.4 (much improved X setup!)
  • KDE 1.1.1
  • GNOME 1.0
  • Netscape 4.6
  • install-ssh 1.0.4
  • XMMS 0.9.1
  • 10/100Mb ethernet support for modern Apple hardware
  • extras such as radiusd-cistron and RC5
  • support for latest systems: iMac, Blue & White G3, and ’99
    Powerbook G3
  • updated Guide to Installation

Champion Server 1.1 will be made available for purchase on the
26th of July at http://www.yellowdoglinux.com/ydl_order.html
and through YDL international resellers http://www.yellowdoglinux.com/resellers/.

About Terra Soft Solutions, Inc.
Terra Soft, based in Loveland, CO, is the developer of Yellow Dog
Linux for Apple Macintosh G3 and PPC computers. Yellow Dog Linux
Champion Server, their flagship product, is a highly professional
distribution geared toward a wide range of network applications
such as ISPs, corporate intra/extranets, and general web and
network servers. Terra Soft has recently introduced Black Lab
Linux, a parallel computing system for research and development
facilities.

For more information about Terra Soft Solutions, visit their
website at www.terrasoftsolutions.com.