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Low Cost/High Performance Open Source Gentoo Linux LAMP Server Now Available

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Sumo Computer President, Melody Bornheimer is announcing today that a new Sumo Computer configured Kuro Box/HG is now available with LAMP. LAMP is the acronym for Linux, Apache, MySQL and Perl/Python/PHP.

In addition to the LAMP server, Sumo Computer is also announcing a pricing change. The new price for all of the Sumo Computer configured Kuro Box/HG’s is now just $399!

Sumo Computer has chosen the Gentoo Linux distribution due to its ease of administration and over 10,000 Open Source ported applications. Gentoo has a very active user and developer community. The Gentoo community will make it easier to begin to evaluate Open Source software to improve your company’s overall productivity.

Full Press Release.

In other Gentoo news:

The Gentoo release team has announced the availability of Gentoo Linux 2005.1-r1, a bug-fix update to the current stable release.

That story here.

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