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Xandros betas first Linux server product

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"Desktop Linux specialist Xandros has begun its long-awaited move into the Linux server space with the news that its Small Medium Business (SMB) Server has entered beta testing.As the name suggests, SMB Server will be aimed at smaller businesses, fulfilling their requirements for the security and reliability of Linux, within the usual administration and management costs, according to Andreas Typaldos, Xandros CEO."



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