I am just wondering about the general interest in linux
as a trusted operating system, for those of you who don't know
about pitbull-lx, pitbull is a trusted operating system mailed used
on solaris and aix, until recently. There is a push for more awareness,
it is free for commercial use and adds allot more features to linux
as a whole.
However even for experienced admins, there is ALLOT of new concepts, so myself
(with help from the nice folks of argus systems) are either willing to do
1) A talk at an ilug meet or
2) Setup a time (maybe over a weekend) to explain pitbull-lx and it's features.
It is also currently looking for developers, so why not drop by
sourceforge.net and take a look at the pitbull-lx project, or visit
www.argusrevolutio.com and read some documents.
Any feedback would be welcome.
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