From: firstname.lastname@example.org To: Media Date: Wed, 6 Oct 1999 16:43:42 -0700 Subject: EZTerm 1.3 for Linux Released IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:Dave Davies 250-386-4689 email@example.com CSV Technologies Inc. Releases EZTerm 1.3 for Linux. October 6, 1999, Victoria, British Columbia ,Canada - CSV Technologies Inc.today announces its release of EZTerm 1.3 for the Linux Operating System Platform. EZTerm software will retail for US$19.95. It is now available to download off the company's new website at http://www.csvtech.com. Other products available are EZ Linux Mouse Pads and EZ Linux Command Cards. All products are now being shipped and will be available in North America and Europe through Software dealers, Internet websites and Linux resellers. EZTerm is designed to eliminate the complexities of Linux's command-line interface by allowing the user to build and modify commands on the fly. Within EZTerm the user has access to a full functional Linux terminal with step by step help to Linux command structure and syntax. The software is a complete Linux command reference and will run within all distributions of Linux, including Red Hat 6.0,Caldera 2.2 and SUSE 6.1. EZTerm can now be downloaded for a 14 day free trial. As well the EZ Linux Command Card can be downloaded in HTML format for free as an additional reference source . About CSV Technologies Inc The company's goal is to make computers and the Internet easy to use for everyone regardless of skill level. Currently the focus is on the development of its EZWare line of reference and utility software. While there are many reference books and electronic help systems available, CSV Technologies Inc. has identified several areas where products are needed to assist users in learning and continued use of those applications. CSV Technologies is building strategic relationships with leading hardware and software vendors in North America and Europe. For more information please visit http://www.csvtech.com About Linux According to market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC),Linux commercial shipments will grow faster than the total shipments of all other client or server OS systems through 2003.IDC research also states that Linux was the fastest growing server operating environment in 1998, growing more than 212 percent in that year alone and capturing more than 17 percent of all server operating system shipments. Today, Linux boasts more than 10 million users worldwide.