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a large, ungainly antelope with a head like a buffalo. Called also wildebeeste or Gorgon taurinus, Connochaetes spp.
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We are excited to partner with Mandriva and to release a common base system on each Linux distributions.
We are delighted to work with Turbolinux in a partnership which will improve our Linux distributions.
By adding Debian to Open Country's global choice of 15 Linux distributions, Open Country continues to deliver on its promise of being the choice leader and further reduce the risk of customers being locked into proprietary silos," said Michael Grove, CEO of Open Country.
OCM supports the largest number of Linux distributions in the industry, eliminating "lock-in" to one software platform, and enabling customers to manage both open source and proprietary environments.
Open Country's OCM[TM] Universal Systems Management Suite and OCM Webmin support the largest number of Linux distributions in the industry.
MontaVista is the leading provider of Linux distributions for the embedded market.
Open Country OCM(TM) Universal Systems Management Suite supports the largest number of Linux distributions in the industry.
1 supports the widest range of Linux distributions in the industry," explained Michael Grove, President and CEO of Open Country.
0 runs on more Linux distributions including support for 64-bit Linux versions of Red Hat, SUSE, Fedora, and CentOS distributions.
This represents another step in our mission toward gaining adoption as part of the mainstream Linux kernel and other Linux distributions, which now include Debian, Mandriva, Gentoo Linux, and ALT Linux Sisyphus.
Learn how to use the LinuxLink Builder on-line tool to create your own Linux distributions from a combination of LinuxLink-supplied and your own components.
Overall, OCM operates on the largest number of Linux distributions worldwide including Red Hat, Novell, Debian, Asianux, CS2C, Red Flag, TurboLinux, Co-Create, Miracle, Haansoft, and several others.