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UnitedLinux Technical White Paper
Technical Information on UnitedLinux (pdf)

UnitedLinux Version 1.0 Data Sheet
UnitedLinux Data Sheet v1.0 (pdf)

New Interactive Certification Database
UnitedLinux is pleased to provided updated hardware certification information. These certifications were completed by our member company engineering teams in collaboration with the hardware manufacturers on UnitedLinux Version 1.0.

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UnitedLinux was formed by Caldera, Conectiva, SUSE LINUX and Turbolinux to build a single, world-wide Linux standard that customers and partners could work with for world-class, enterprise deployment of Linux. We believe that we achieved the desired impact. With the release of UnitedLinux version 1.0 in November 2002, we delivered on our vision. Many IHVs and ISVs joined the UnitedLinux initiative -- providing customers with a real choice of Linux environments.

We believe that the mission of UnitedLinux has been accomplished. Connectiva, SUSE LINUX and Turbolinux continue to support,and maintain products powered by UnitedLinux. Conectiva, SUSE LINUX and Turbolinux also continue to market their respective UnitedLinux distributions and are working together to enhance the capabilities of the UnitedLinux based system. Each of the three companies will support its customers throughout the lifecycle of version 1.0. There are no plans for a version 2.0 at this time.

Organizations interested in products powered by UnitedLinux should contact Conectiva, SUSE LINUX, and Turbolinux directly.

What's New

04/22/2003
UnitedLinux Version 1.0 Supports AMD Opteron™ Processor-Based Systems

AMD-Supported Offerings “Powered by UnitedLinux” Shipping Since November ’02

NEW YORK -- April 22, 2003 – UnitedLinux, the industry consortium comprised of Conectiva, The SCO Group, SuSE Linux and Turbolinux, today reaffirmed that UnitedLinux Version 1.0 supports AMD Opteron processor-based systems. UnitedLinux Version 1.0, released in November 2002, is the engine that powers products sold by the four companies, each with its own value-add features, services and pricing. AMD (NYSE:AMD) is an inaugural member of the UnitedLinux Technology Partner program.

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04/01/2003
UnitedLinux Partners Offer Discounts, Benefits to Oracle Unbreakable Linux Partner Initiative Participants

NEW YORK -- April 1, 2003 – UnitedLinux today announced that its four founding partner companies will offer special support programs and discounts to ISV participants in the Oracle® Unbreakable Linux Partner Initiative. The announcement was made today at the Oracle Unbreakable Linux Partner Initiative launch event.

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03/13/2003
Oracle Extends Unbreakable Linux to Include UnitedLinux

Oracle Intends to Provide Integrated Technical Support For UnitedLinux

CeBIT Conference – HANNOVER, Germany, March 13, 2003 - Oracle Corp. (Nasdaq: ORCL), the largest enterprise software vendor, today along with UnitedLinux, furthered its commitment to Linux for the enterprise, announcing that it intends to provide its customers with enterprise-level, seamless technical support for the operating systems powered by UnitedLinux, in addition to support for the Oracle products. With this announcement, Oracle extends its commitment to making an Unbreakable Linux platform available for customers worldwide.

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02/28/2003
Oracle9i Database and Oracle9i Real Application Clusters Now Available on UnitedLinux 1.0

UnitedLinux today announced that it has completed certification of UnitedLinux Version 1.0 with both Oracle9i Database and its database clustering technology, Oracle9i Real Application Clusters. UnitedLinux is an industry initiative designed to streamline Linux development and certification around a global, uniform distribution of Linux. Committed to the wide-spread market adoption of Linux, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ:ORCL), the world’s largest enterprise software company, has been delivering leading database solutions to enterprise customers since 1979.

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01/22/2003
UnitedLinux Launches Software Developers Program; Joins With LPI to Create Certifications Program

At a press conference today during LinuxWorld, UnitedLinux unveiled its software developers program, the UnitedLinux Developer's Zone, and a Certification Program (see separate press release) to be created jointly with the Linux Professional Institute (LPI). UnitedLinux is the result of an industry initiative to streamline Linux development and certification around a global, uniform distribution of Linux.

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01/22/2003
UnitedLinux Adds HP as Technology Partner

UnitedLinux today announced that HP (NYSE:HPQ) has joined the group as a Technology Partner. UnitedLinux is the result of an industry initiative to streamline Linux development and certification around a global, uniform distribution of Linux targeted at the business user. The role of Technology Partner includes, among other benefits, participation in the UnitedLinux Technical Advisory Board and its committees, pre-release access to UnitedLinux deliverables, the right to propose enhancements for consideration by the UnitedLinux Technical Steering Committee, and joint marketing activities..

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01/22/2003
Linux Professional Institute and UnitedLinux Join Forces to Create New UnitedLinux Professional Certification Program

The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) (www.lpi.org), the premier professional certification program for the Linux community, and UnitedLinux LLC (www.unitedlinux.com), an industry initiative to streamline Linux development and certification around a global, uniform distribution, have signed a cooperative agreement to market a UnitedLinux professional certification program.

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01/16/2003
UnitedLinux to Deliver Enhanced Linux Platform for Telecommunications Carriers

Works with HP, IBM and Intel to enhance capabilities to create advanced voice, data and wireless applications

UnitedLinux today announced plans to integrate the full OSDL Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) 1.1 feature set for UnitedLinux 1.0, delivering for the first time enhanced abilities to develop and deploy advanced carrier-grade applications in a standardized Linux environment.

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01/14/2003
UnitedLinux Signs IBM and AMD as First Technology Partners

IBM (NYSE:IBM) and AMD (NYSE:AMD) have joined UnitedLinux as Technology Partners, UnitedLinux announced today. UnitedLinux is the result of an industry initiative to streamline Linux development and certification around a global, uniform distribution of Linux targeted at the business user. The role of Technology Partner includes, among other benefits, participation in the UnitedLinux Technical Advisory Board and its committees, pre-release access to UnitedLinux deliverables, the right to propose enhancements for consideration by the UnitedLinux Technical Steering Committee, and joint marketing activities. IBM and AMD are the first companies to engage with UnitedLinux at the Technology Partner level.

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11/19/2002
UnitedLinux Releases Version 1.0: Industry Leading Technology Providers Sponsor Launch Event

Today the UnitedLinux group announced the release of Version 1.0 of its UnitedLinux product, a standards-based Linux operating system targeted at the business user. UnitedLinux is the result of an industry initiative to streamline Linux development and certification around a global, uniform distribution of Linux. Founding companies of UnitedLinux are Linux industry leaders Conectiva S.A., The SCO Group (NASDAQ:SCOX), SuSE Linux AG, and Turbolinux, Inc. UnitedLinux Version 1.0 is the engine that powers products to be sold by the four companies, each with its own local language support, value-add features, and pricing.

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