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From: Martin Michlmayr <>
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
Subject: Linux article available: Linux for the commercial market
Date: Fri, 21 Jun 1996 18:59:38 GMT
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Martin Michlmayr
Linux International


COLUMBUS, Ohio -- June 20, 1996 -- Linux International announced today
the availability of Jon `maddog' Hall's article `Linux for the
Commercial Market?'.

Originally published in the June issue of iX, a German magazine covering
topics such as Unix and networks, the English version of the article is
now available at Linux International's web site courtesy of iX!

The article can be found on the World Wide Web at
or as part of the Linux Commercial-HOWTO at

For more information about iX, please visit

Jon `maddog' Hall

Jon maddog Hall is a Senior Leader in the Digital Equipment Corporation
UNIX group.  He has been in the computer industry for twenty-five years,
UNIX for sixteen years and has guided the emergence of six operating
systems, including Alpha Linux.  He has an MS in Computer Science.

Linux International

Linux International was established to promote the development and use
of Linux.  The people at Linux International know how good Linux is and
want it to become an accepted competitor to products from even the largest
computer companies.  Among other things, it serves as a bridge between the
dedicated and skilled community of developers, and the general world of
commerce and industry.

Linux International is a non-profit organization run by volunteers, many
of whom are high-profile Linux developers or activists.

For more information, please visit Linux International's World Wide Web
site at or contact

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