__/ [ Rex Ballard ] on Wednesday 31 May 2006 05:36 \__
> It's great to see TurboLinux making appearances in this group.
> TurboLinux is very very popular in Asia, especially Japan, Hong Kong,
> and many parts of China. TurboLinux wase one of the earliest Linux
> implementations to provide clustering as part of the kernel.
> For a while it was the third most widely deployed full-function Linux
I thought that its main selling point were the tools for migration from
Windows. I even assumed it was its only merit. From what I could tell,
Dragon and Red (not Red Hat; http://linux.ece.uci.edu/RED-Linux/ ) were
rather popular in the East. Either way, any type of exposure almost gu-
arantees that the community will receive something in return. There are
OSDL staff in Japan and a Linux testing lab in China, among many more.
Roy S. Schestowitz
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