Linux-Mandrake 7.1 Deluxe Shipped

Macmillan USA's Linux-Mandrake Deluxe brings experienced users 7 CD's of applications, utilities and tools

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana - July 6, 2000 - Addressing the power Linux user and high-end market, Linux-Mandrake 7.1 Deluxe is tailored for the SoHo, small businesses, and professionals that are interested in rolling out Linux technologies with easy-to-use, friendly tools. For this segment of the market, Macmillan USA announces that Linux-Mandrake 7.1 Deluxe is now available in retail stores.

Macmillan's Linux-Mandrake 7.1 Deluxe offers applications that Complete users are familiar with, including StarOffice 5.2, the powerful and easy to use DrakX, one of the easiest and powerful graphical installations programs available. As always with Macmillan's Linux products, free 24-hour technical support is provided via internet and fax for installation issues.

In addition to the most up-to-date core functionality, cutting-edge Xfree 4.0 and customized KDE desktop, Linux-Mandrake Deluxe 7.1 includes a multitude of advanced features for the savvy Linux user, including: an enhanced Apache web server; a highly customized version of Webmin (a web-based interface for system administration); the new Reiser journalized file system; more than 1,700 Linux applications, utilities, and tools (including Sun Java JDK 2 Standard Edition)

Linux-Mandrake Deluxe 7.1, which contains 7 CDs, is an easy-to-use, yet juiced up, answer to the demand for a Linux solution in small enterprise situations. User friendly and technologically current, Deluxe 7.1 is the option of choice for Linux power users.

Linux-Mandrake 7.1 Deluxe (ISBN: 1575954265) is available now for an MSRP of US $59.95.

System requirements include:
CPU Intel Pentium and compatible processor (Pentium/MMX/PRO/II/Celeron/III, AMD K6/K6-2, Cyrix 6x86/M-II),
32 MB RAM required, 64 MB recommended for X Windows system.
500 MB disk space minimum, 1.5 GB+ recommended.
CD-ROM drive required.

MacMillan USA is a unit of Pearson Technology Group, the world's largest provider of consumer and professional computer, information technology, engineering and reference content. As one of the industry's leading innovators in both print and digital formats, MacMillan's imprints include Que, Sams, BradyGAMES Strategy Guides, Que Learning Systems, MacMillan Software and MacMillan Lifestyles, publisher of the best-selling Complete Idiot's Guide line of reference books. Pearson Technology Group is an operating unit of Pearson Education, the world's leading education publisher.

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MandrakeSoft publishes the Linux-Mandrake operating system, based on open-source development (which provides free access to source code published in accordance with a General Public License, or GPL). Several hundred developers throughout the world contribute to the continuous improvement of the distribution product directly over the Internet. This international developer community has given Linux-Mandrake a product that is available in over 40 languages. Linux-Mandrake is a complete system with a choice of several powerful, pre-configured graphic interfaces (notably the leaders KDE and GNOME), as well as more than 1700 applications including Netscape Communicator, StarOffice suite, and the Web Apache server.

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