Sunni Micro Lab announced The Interactive UNIX Guide for Linux. This is a computer-based UNIX training system.
It includes 72 interactive tutorial sesssion covering 90 Unix utilities. $110 Cdn/$80 USD.
Contact: Sunni Micro Lab, 1300 Britannia Road East, Suite 208, Mississauga, ON L4W 1C8 CANADA. Phone: 905 795-9292. Fax: 905-795-9291.
Price CAN$110, US$80
Benaroya announced a Linux version of their SEDIT, S/REXX and S/REXX Graphical Debugger products. The Linux version currently in beta test is available for download along with versions for the other currently supported UNIX™ platforms.
SEDIT is a UNIX text editor patterned after IBM's XEDIT mainframe editor. It operates with a GUI under X windows or in character mode when X is not suitable.
S/REXX implements all REXX language features described in the second edition of Mike Cowlishaw's book, “The REXX Programming Language”, except that numeric digits are limited to 15.
The downloadable software *and* a flat ASCII file version of the WWW document is available via anonymous ftp from directory pub/sedit at ftp.portal.com. See either seditsrexxinfo.txt.gz or seditsrexxinfo.txt (same content) for the descriptive material.
Introductory pricing for SEDIT or S/REXX starts at $99 or both for $160.
Outside North America: Benaroya, 31 Rue de Constantinople, 75008 Paris, France, +33-1-47 33 33 24, FAX: +1 47 22 06 17
Price: SEDIT or S/REXX start US$99 each or both for US$160
Yggdrasil Computing announced a new “Linux Internet Archives”, a new four CDROM containing the latest snapshots of the Linux FTP archive sites from the internet, including: Slackware 188.8.131.52* **, Debian .93 beta, MCC 1.0+, mini-linux, Jurix, Xdenu 2.0 and SLS, sunsite.unc.edu:pub/Linux*, tsx-11.mit.edu:pub/linux*, ftp.x.org X11R6 archive*, prep.ai.mit.edu:pub/gnu, JE Linux (Japanese Extensions), and Linux X software.
The disks also contain a snapshot of DEC Alpha Linux port (not a runnable system), and the Internet RFC standards.
The disks contain Boot floppies with fixed version of fdisk for Slackware 184.108.40.206 (in addition to the original boot floppies). 4 CD Set - $19.95.
Price: US$19.95 for the four-CD set
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