OpenOSX Announces Jaguar Updates
CROWLEY LAKE, Calif.–(OPENOSX-COM)–Sept. 10th, 2002– OpenOSX, a leading
provider of easy-to-use, world-class open-source software, has released
three free updates that bring complete Jaguar (Mac OS 10.2) compatibility
to the entire OpenOSX product line.
All of OpenOSX’s products install and configure all required libraries in
minutes with no experience required.
The OpenOSX Office CD will install AbiWord, Gnumeric, and much more.
AbiWord is the award-winning open source alternative to Microsoft* Word and
Gnumeric is a world-class spreadsheet with 95% of the functions of
Microsoft(TM) Excel built-in.
The OpenOSX Gimp CD will install “The GNU Image Manipulation Program” (or
The Gimp). The Gimp allows Mac OS X users to create and edit graphics files
such as Photoshop documents (with layers). This graphical image
manipulation program is a popular open source alternative to Adobe
The OpenOSX Grass GIS Pre 4 CD will transform a Macintosh running Mac OS X
into a full-fledged gegraphical information workstation in minutes.
With the OpenOSX OpenWeb CD, you may easily configure your Macintosh as a
secure, dynamic World Wide Web server, an online Shopping Cart solution,
and an Enterprise Intranet server with SQL (structured query language)
backends and graphical user interface frontends.
The OpenOSX OpenDB CD will install a suite of powerful web and database
applications including MySQL, PostgreSQL, MyODBC, PHP, phpMyAdmin and
The OpenOSX WinTel Pre 1 CD delivers true compatibility with Pentium(R)
processors, allowing users to run operating systems such as Microsoft(TM)
Windows and Linux, within Mac OS X.
OpenOSX has released the updates for free and immediate downloading from:
(http://OpenOSX.com/support). Complete OpenOSX product information and
product availablty is online from: (http://OpenOSX.com)
OpenOSX, Inc. is a company dedicated to serving, and expanding, the
Macintosh community. Founded on the premise that many computer users are
intimidated by the UNIX command-line, OpenOSX has committed itself to one
mission- bringing popular Unix software to both the “Unix-challenged” and
the seasoned, Mac inclined system administrator in a friendly, Mac