'Plug-in-and'go' service for Iyonix Linux availableBy Chris Williams. Published: 7th Jan 2004, 13:56:35 | Permalink | Printable
Welcome to Debian and KDEPeter Naulls has announced the availability of a "plug-in-and-go" set up for the Iyonix Linux port. As part of the service, you'll receive an 80 GB hard disc which contains a pre-configured Debian system partitioned in a way that meets your requirements. It also includes a large range of installed software including the Gnome and KDE environments, browsers and other productivity office suited software.
In addition, a new version of the Iyonix Linux 2.4.21 kernel is available online. The new kernel supports "most of the Iyonix hardware" and also now the real time clock and sound.
Plug-in-and-go service details, pricings plus install CDs and documentation
Iyonix Linux website - kernel and X11 driver downloads
Peter Naulls is a drobe.co.uk editor
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