Loveland, CO — 1 May 2001 — Terra Soft Solutions, Inc., the leading
developer of Linux solutions for PowerPC(tm) microprocessors, to attend the
Macintosh Business Expo with the first public presentation of the much
anticipated Yellow Dog Linux 2.0.

Kai Staats, co-founder and CEO of Terra Soft will showcase a near complete
YDL 2.0 beta, Booth #12, from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm. From 3:00 pm through
5:00 pm Staats will host a forum concerning the most recent advances of
Linux for PowerPC computers. Bring your enthusiasm and questions for an
interactive, educational forum.

“The timing could not be better. 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,” states Staats.

The Macintosh Business Expo, now in its ninth year, is one of the very best
showcases in the nation for everything Macintosh. The Computer Store and
Apple Computer proudly present the Portland and Seattle 2001 Macintosh
Business Expos. Bringing the best from shows like MacWorld and Seybold to
the Northwest, the Macintosh Business Expo attracts thousands of faithful
Macintosh users and new buyers alike to see the newest Macintosh technology.

Oregon Convention Center
Wednesday, May 2, 2001
FREE Admission

9:00-10:00 AM

Exhibits & Seminars
10:00-5:00 PM

PowerPC Linux Forum
3:00-5:00 PM

For more information, visit http://www.macbusinessexpo.com/

About Terra Soft Solutions, Inc. Terra Soft Solutions, Inc. is a leading
developer of innovative technologies for PowerPC Linux. Yellow Dog Linux,
their flagship product, has boosted viability of Linux for PowerPC. Black
Lab Linux provides an advanced Linux distribution for parallel and embedded
computing systems.

For more information, visit http://www.terrasoftsolutions.com