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[News] A Look at the ClarkConnect GNU/Linux Distribution, Yellow Dog Linux 6.1 Out

  • Subject: [News] A Look at the ClarkConnect GNU/Linux Distribution, Yellow Dog Linux 6.1 Out
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 22 Nov 2008 17:39:22 +0000
  • Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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ClarkConnect: Open source gateway option for the remote office

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| A full-featured distribution, ClarkConnect includes most features that would 
| be needed to facilitate access from a remote site. 
| Provisioning a highly functional yet inexpensive remote network solution for 
| remote sites is a continually evolving challenge. 
| I have started an endeavor that will be considering the ClarkConnect Internet 
| gateway distribution of Linux. The ClarkConnect gateway is based on Red Hat 
| Linux and the 2.6 kernel.  


Yellow Dog Linux 6.1 uses the graphics memory of the Playstation 3

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| Cell specialist Fixstars, who recently acquired Yellow Dog developers 
| TerraSoft, has released the new version 6.1 of Yellow Dog Linux. YDL 6.1 
| supports Sony's Playstation 3, Apple's PowerPC G4/G5, the YDL Powerstation 
| and IBM's System p – JS2x, 510, 520 and 540.   



Release Notes - ClarkConnect 4.3

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| The following release notes provide an overview of the ClarkConnect 4.3
| release. All users should read this document, but special attention should be
| made by users upgrading their systems to this release.


Clarkconnect 4.2 Community Edition - Open Source Linux Gateway/Mail/Proxy etc

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| Overall, I am very happy with Clarkconnect 4.2. It's been rock solid, and
| does everything well. Far quicker and easier than DIY with any given Linux
| distribution, lots of community support (good forums too), and Point Clark
| Networks offer a free intgrated DDNS service, and and update service for
| packages, filters etc.    


ClarkConnect: Turns an Average PC into a Powerful Network Server

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| Nowadays, there are hundreds of Linux distributions targeting a diverse set
| of consumers and their number keeps on rising. While many of these
| distributions introduce themselves as an universal solution to all our Linux
| needs, others are taking a more specific role, catering to a specific set of
| users. One such distribution is ClarkConnect which is specifically targeted
| at servers. It tries to provide a complete, yet secured out-of-the-box server
| features.      

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