Linuxlab launches $299 Web server

Gets Open source OS into companies through the back door

US start-up Linuxlab yesterday introduced its first hardware product, a $299 personal Web server based on the open source OS. That sets the Linuxlab up to follow in the footsteps of US server vendor TeamInternet and UK start-up Inty. Both also offer easy-to-install Internet servers based on cheap PC parts and free operating systems. Linuxlab's WS300 ships with 4.3GB hard drive space and is designed to connect to the Net via a cable modem or DSL line. The server is configured remotely from any workstation on the user's internal network. ®

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