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Company formerly known as LinuxCare launches Linux device

Jul 26, 2005 — by Henry Kingman — from the LinuxDevices Archive

A 1990's Linux start-up that resurfaced as a Linux system management software vendor is shipping a Linux-powered device aimed at simplifying Linux system administration. The Intrepid M is the first hardware product from Levanta — formerly LinuxCare — and represents the “world's first Linux management appliance,” the company says.

Learn more about Levanta's Intrepid M configuration management appliance and its use of Linux in our complete Device Profile:

Device Profile: Levanta Intrepid M


 
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