Pacific HiTech announced the availability of TurboLinux in Chinese. Pacific HiTech will be providing investment and technical support to establish the Linux Research Center at Qinghua in Beijing, China's top science university. The center will support the CERNET data network. Pacific HiTech is also partnering with two of China's leading computer companies to establish a Linux call support center. TurboLinux Chinese has a list price of $49.95. A free download version is available at ftp://ftp.pht.com/ and at more than ten FTP sites in China.
IndyBox Systems announced an offer of AMD K6-2 350MHz-based Linux workstations starting at $425 US, with one of the many Linux distributions pre-installed, including Debian, Red Hat, SuSE, Caldera, Mandrake and Slackware. The boxes are available in a mid-tower or 4U rack configuration. IndyBox also introduced a complete line of rack-mountable AMD and Intel-based Linux systems starting at $625 US.
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