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Short Take: Linux start-up gets $11 million

Linux start-up Eazel, founded by Apple Computer veterans, said that it has received an $11 million investment from Silicon Valley venture capital firm Accel Partners. Accel partner and former Macromedia chairman Bud Colligan has also joined the board. The company develops user interface software intended to make Linux easier to use.

Linux start-up Eazel, founded by Apple Computer veterans, said that it has received an $11 million investment from Silicon Valley venture capital firm Accel Partners. Accel partner and former Macromedia chairman Bud Colligan has also joined the board. The company develops user interface software intended to make Linux easier to use.