Yellow Dog Linux 2.0 from
Terra Soft Solutions, a developer of Linux solutions for Power PC microprocessors, will be publicly presented for the first time at the ninth annual Macintosh Business Expo.
Kai Staats, co-founder and CEO of Terra Soft will showcase what’s described by
as a “near complete” YDL 2.0 beta from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.. From 3-5 p.m., Staats will host a forum concerning the most recent advances of Linux for Power PC computers.
“The timing could not be better,” he said in a press announcement. “As this week completes a successful and rewarding reseller road tour, I will have in my hands the latest YDL 2.0 beta representing more than a year of development effort by our dedicated, determined, and very tired staff.”
The Macintosh Business Expo is sponsored by The Computer Store and Apple. It will be held at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland on Wednesday, May 2, and admission is free. Tony Lee, Apple’s senior director of Worldwide Markets, will give a 9 a.m. keynote. Exhibits and seminars run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Details can be found at the
Business Expo Web site.