[Fwd: [mdlug] [Fwd: Announce Digest, Vol 18, Issue 1]]

RBW1 rbrwill at pacbell.net
Thu Jun 10 06:36:08 PDT 2004

Does anyone know about how Novell is proceeding? Are they really going
to be a benefit to Linux or are they trying to carve out a niche of
proprietary tools based on Linux based on some sort of a-la adopt and
extend strategy? Or are they just using Linux to be free of M$ dominance
they suffered and finally found a way to survive in Linux... Some of the
questions pop up from news I've read and the "eval" parts of this

I think I will order this "free" offering.


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Subject: Announce Digest, Vol 18, Issue 1
Date: Wed,  9 Jun 2004 12:00:04 -0500 (EST)
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Today's Topics:
   1. Free Linux Technical Resource Kits from Novell
      (Michael Schultheiss)

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Date: Tue, 8 Jun 2004 16:29:31 -0500
From: Michael Schultheiss <schultmc at cinlug.org>
Subject: [Announce] Free Linux Technical Resource Kits from Novell
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Novell Customer Communities is pleased to offer members of the Central 
Indiana Linux Users Group the free Linux Technical Resource Kit. With its
acquisition of SuSE and Ximian, Novell has committed itself to the Linux
market in a very substantial way. Now you can evaluate for yourself the
value that Novell brings to the Linux market and to your business. The
Kit contains well over 10 gig of licensed and evaluation software,
patches and fixes, and other tools and resources that will give you
everything you need to evaluate and get to know the current hot
technologies. A partial list of the Kit contents include:
- SuSE 9.1 Professional (the very latest from SuSE)
- SuSE 8.0 Linux Enterprise Server
- Novell Nterprise Linux Services 1.0
- Ximian Desktop2 Eval
- GroupWise for Linux 1.0
- Red Carpet 2.02 Eval
- And lots more...
To order your free kit simply go to
http://www.novell.com/community/linux/order.php?sourceid=uscin  and
follow the instructions. This is a great benefit to introduce you to
Linux technology from Novell and to Novell Customer Communities. Act now
as supplies are limited.


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