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Ubuntu Linux to support Sun Niagara servers

Ubuntu 6.06 LTS (Long Term Support) will include a dedicated server edition with an extended five-year support period for enterprise users. It is also commented at tectonic.
As originally announced here, it is now official that Ubuntu 6.06 LTS (Long Term Support), will include a dedicated server edition with an extended five-year support period for enterprise users.

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The free Debian-based Ubuntu distribution of Linux, launched in 2004 by South African dot-com billionaire Mark Shuttleworth, has already attracted millions of individual desktop users. But with the “Dapper Drake” release of Ubuntu set to ship next month, Ubuntu will make its first foray into the enterprise data center. That release will now support Sun's “Niagara” T1000 and T2000 servers in addition to Intel and Advanced Micro Devices's x86 servers and IBM's Power-based servers.

There's more about it at TechTonic

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