Metro Link has announced Metro Link Motif Complete! that allows users to create their own custom Motif installations. One CD-ROM provides full distributions of the three most widely used versions of Motif (1.2, 2.0 and 2.1), and the graphical installation program allows users to mix and match modules from the various Motif versions. Multiple versions of the Motif runtime libraries, window manager and development environments can coexist on the same machine. The multiple development environment feature provided by Metro Link Motif Complete! allows programmers to run applications written using any version of Motif and create applications compatible with all three versions of Motif. Metro Link Motif Complete! is $149 US.
Contact: Metro Link Inc., 4711 Powerline Rd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309, Phone 954-938-0283, Fax: 954-938-1982, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.metrolink.com/.
Debian 2.0 contains over 1500 precompiled binary packages contributed by over 400 developers, including all the favorites: web servers, GIMP, gcc, egcs, XFree86, SQL servers and many other tools and utilities. It also marks the move from the older libc5 to the newer libc6. Debian's package manager, dpkg, allows for easy installation, maintenance and updating of packages including handling of dependencies and configurations.
Contact: Debian GNU/Linux, E-mail: email@example.com, URL: http://www.debian.org/.
Journyx has announced the release of Journyx WebTime version 2.0 for Red Hat Linux. New key features include: NT support, several new GUI choices, an enhanced security solution, new product pricing bundles and the ability to have Journyx WebTime install to an existing database via ODBC. The client system for WebTime 2.0 requires access to an Internet or Intranet browser. WebTime 2.0 is priced at $999 US for the server which includes named users. Additional users $29 US each.
Contact: Journyx LLC, 11507 North Lamar Blvd., Suite A, Austin, TX 78753-2660, Phone: 512-834-8888, Fax: 512-672-0071, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.journyx.com/.
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