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Short Take: Linux Store sets up Alpha-based computer

The Linux Store has set up a computer powered by two Alpha processors to make sure the developers of the non-commercial Debian version of Linux can work with systems based on the chip from Compaq. The computer, called Lully and donated by Alpha Processor, is available over a permanent connection to the Internet, the company said. The Linux Store, a part of Ebiz Enterprises, intends to join the Nasdaq stock market next year, chief executive Jeffrey Rassas said in a statement.

The Linux Store has set up a computer powered by two Alpha processors to make sure the developers of the non-commercial Debian version of Linux can work with systems based on the chip from Compaq. The computer, called Lully and donated by Alpha Processor, is available over a permanent connection to the Internet, the company said. The Linux Store, a part of Ebiz Enterprises, intends to join the Nasdaq stock market next year, chief executive Jeffrey Rassas said in a statement.