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October 17, 2006

PlayStation 3 to run Yellow Dog Linux

Filed under: Hardware, News — rakeshvk @ 5:54 pm

Sony’s PlayStation 3 set to move in on personal computers with the release of the Linux operating system for the device.
Linux developer Terra Soft Solutions will today announce the launch of its Yellow Dog Linux operating system for the PlayStation 3 games console.

“We have worked closely with the energetic, determined E17 team to bring this advanced graphical user interface to a state of interface euphoria. It’s not about eye candy and unnecessary special effects, it’s about finding balance between a lean, uncluttered desktop and a personal environment that is both familiar and powerful. E17 is simply the most incredible thing I have ever used – with any operating system,” states Cesar Delgado of Terra Soft.

Terra Soft’s chief executive officer, Kai Staats, said that Linux will be available immediately from the company’s online store and from selected resellers and that the company would like to see its Linux distribution bundled with the PlayStation 3 at some point in the future.

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1 Comment »

  1. Awesome website that tells you how to get a PS3.

    100% Legit – concept featured on CNN and MSNBC!

    Comment by PS3 — March 16, 2007 @ 1:13 am


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