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Debian UltraLinux Project

 Debian GNU/Linux
 Work begins on Debian UltraLinux Project
 July 22, 1998

>> News

We are proud to announce the start of the Debian UltraLinux project.
The goal is to port Debian to the ultralinux-processors. At the moment
we are in the beginning stages, trying to setup a development environment
for the porting effort.

If you want to help with the development effort please sent a message
to debian-ultralinux@KachinaTech.com. If you are just interesed you
can subscribe to debian-ultralinux@lists.debian.org to see what is

There are two mailinglist for this project:

  This list is used for coordinating administration of the machine.
  To subscribe send a message with "subscribe debian-ultralinux" to

  This is the list were most work gets done. All discussions about porting
  software and other ultralinux-discussions take place here. To subscribe
  send a message to debian-ultralinux@lists.debian.org with "subscribe" in
  the subject.

We would like to thank Kachina Technologies for providing us with 
a mailinglist and machines to work on.

>> About Debian

Debian GNU/Linux is a free distribution of the Linux operating system. It is 
maintained and updated through the work of many users who volunteer their 
time and effort.

>> Contact Information 

For further information, please send email to press@debian.org or visit the 
Debian homepage at http://www.debian.org.

For more information regarding Debian Sparc development, please subscribe to 
the Debian Sparc mailing list <debian-sparc@lists.debian.org>.  This can be 
done at <http://www.debian.org/MailingLists/subscribe.html>.

For more information regarding the work Kachina Technologies is currently 
doing please send email to debian-ultralinux@KachinaTech.com

Nils Lohner				E-Mail: lohner@debian.org
Debian GNU/Linux Press Contact          Press:  press@debian.org

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