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From: (Jeff Somers)
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.misc
Subject: PC Week Labs Product of the Week: Linux
Date: 12 Apr 1994 00:38:29 GMT
Organization: MARCAM Corporation, Newton, MA.  USA
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From the April 11 issue of PC Week:

PC Week Labs Product of the Week

Linux 1.0, a free Unix clone developed on the Internet, is easily one of the 
most interesting products PC Week Labs has come across in a while.

Linux is a complete POSIX-compatible operating system with the X Window
System, good development tools, and complete TCP/IP networking.  We've
been pounding on it for almost a year, and it is invaluable as the
platform for our internal World-Wide Web, FTP, and X Window host server.

For users willing to do much of their own tech support, Linux can make
an excellent platform for applications that require a good multiuser
operating system but that don't justify spending hundreds of dollars
for a commercial Unix system.  The product, which will be reviewed in
an upcoming issue, can be downloaded from the Internet from several places,
including in /pub/Linux/distributions.  It is also available
by mail order from companies such as Linux Systems Labs, which can be
reached in Clinton, Mo., at (313) 954-2829.


It's surprising to see this because PC Week rarely talks about Unix, and
hardly ever reviews freeware (or even shareware, for that matter). I'm
looking forward to PC Week's review.

Jeff Somers

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