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Penguin affiliates. Penguin Computing has put out a press release describing their new "Online Associates" program. Put their banner on your page, and they'll give you a commission on any sales that result from users coming in via that banner
Yet another Linux-based "thin server" product has been announced. This one is "TEAM Internet" from Apexx technology. It's claim to fame seems to be that it includes web filtering software along with the usual functions.
More electronics design support is on the way: Green Mountain Systems will be releasing a Linux version of its VHDL simulator later this month, according to this EE Times article. "...the Linux version runs 'slightly faster' than the Windows NT model and has better memory performance."
AsiaBizTech writes about the "CUTE 2000," a Linux-based server being marketed in Japan. This one is based on the Debian distribution.
Also in AsiaBizTech: a Japanese version of Interbase 5 has been announced
February 11, 1999