The Party's Not Over Yet

We're still busy celebrating our 200th issues here at Linux Journal, and that includes seven awesome prizes left that you could win!  Today's prize in our daily giveaway? An iXsystems Atom System Server, which retails for $529! Enter today at www.linuxjournal.com/giveaway.

Here's what you could win today:

  • 1U Mercury 9.8" Depth Rackmount Server 
  • 200W Low noise Power Supply 
  • 1U Optimized Atom Motherboard 
  • Intel  D510 Chipset - Dual Intel 82574L Gigabit LAN 
  • 4GB DDR 3 SO-DIMM max memory (2 DIMM Slots)
  • Integrated IPMI
  •  2GB DDR3 SODIMM 667Mhz NON-ECC 128x8 Laptop Memory
  • Axiom 32GB USB Flash drive

 

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