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Iyonix Linux at the South West show

By Chris Williams. Published: 21st Feb 2004, 11:17:45 | Permalink | Printable

See it in action, buy a hdd

Debian swirl logoPeter Naulls will be demonstrating his Iyonix Linux project at this month's South West RISC OS show. Hard discs with GNU/Debian ARM Linux pre-installed on them will be available at the event. If you bring your Iyonix with you, Peter will also fit and test a purchased pre-installed hard disc for you, if required.

Drop Peter an email in advance of the show if you want to pick up a pre-installed hard disc.


ARM Linux resources site - CDs, pre-installations, support pricings, etc.
Iyonix Linux website Peter Naulls is a drobe.co.uk editor

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