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Short Take: Indelible Blue adds Linux

Indelible Blue, a company that got its start selling computers with IBM's OS/2, has added Linux to its stable of machines with alternative operating systems. The company has begun selling Atlas, a workstation with Red Hat's distribution of Linux, a Unix-like operating system. Prices begin at $1,263 for a system based on an Intel Celeron chip running at 333 MHz.

Indelible Blue, a company that got its start selling computers with IBM's OS/2, has added Linux to its stable of machines with alternative operating systems. The company has begun selling Atlas, a workstation with Red Hat's distribution of Linux, a Unix-like operating system. Prices begin at $1,263 for a system based on an Intel Celeron chip running at 333 MHz.