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Turbolinux expands software line

Turbolinux, a struggling Linux company, has released a new version of its operating system for IBM's iSeries servers. The iSeries models are designed for running specific jobs and typically come with IBM's OS/400 operating system and higher-level software, but Linux can be run alongside OS/400 in a separate partition. Turbolinux 6.5 for iSeries comes with support as well as software for firewalls, file storage, printing, e-mail and Web-page delivery. The company also sells a version for IBM's pSeries servers, which usually run IBM's AIX version of Unix.

Turbolinux, a struggling Linux company, has released a new version of its operating system for IBM's iSeries servers. The iSeries models are designed for running specific jobs and typically come with IBM's OS/400 operating system and higher-level software, but Linux can be run alongside OS/400 in a separate partition.

Turbolinux 6.5 for iSeries comes with support as well as software for firewalls, file storage, printing, e-mail and Web-page delivery. The company also sells a version for IBM's pSeries servers, which usually run IBM's AIX version of Unix.

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