|Company / developer||Turbolinux|
|Source model||Open source|
|Latest release||12.5J / August 29, 2012|
|Marketing target||Asian-language users|
|Kernel type||Monolithic Linux kernel|
Turbolinux is a Japanese Linux distribution targeting Asian users.
The Turbolinux distribution was created as a rebranded Red Hat distribution by (then) Pacific HiTech employee Scott Stone. Scott was the lead release engineer through version 3.6.
PHT changed its name to Turbolinux in June 1999 to better identify with its flagship product.
After several rounds of layoffs, Turbolinux sold its name and distribution to Japanese software corporation SRA in September 2002. The former headquarters at Brisbane, California closed its doors shortly thereafter and all operations were relocated to Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan.
- http://www.desktoplinux.com/news/NS9651224512.html, archived at https://web.archive.org/web/20120415163951/http://desktoplinux.com/news/NS9651224512.html
- About Turbolinux (circa 1999)
- LWN analysis of Turbolinux IPO prospectus
- "Bumpy ride continues for Turbolinux: No more package sales in U.S." Linux.com
- SRA buys Turbolinux product and name
- About Turbolinux (2008)
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