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Re: writing a release announcement

On Sat, 27 Apr 2002, Joey Hess wrote:

>With the addition of the ia64, hppa, mips, mipsel, and s390 architectures,
>Debian GNU/Linux now supports a total of 11 architectures. It now runs on
>computers ranging from embedded systems to supercomputers, and nearly
>everything in between, including the latest generation of 64 bit machines.

It took a little digging, but Debian works on MIPS-based HPCs (the 
Phillips Nino and Psion 5, as referenced on 
http://www.debian.org/ports/mips/), and the entire PDA market is moving 
toward the already-supported ARM architecture, so you could go "from PDAs 
to large supercomputers"

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