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First code release for Debian consortium

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Founding members of the group, dubbed the Debian Common Core Alliance (DCC Alliance), include Knoppix, Linspire, MEPIX, Progeny, Sun Wah, UserLinux and Xandros.

"The first preview release of DCC 3.0 PR1 was made available last week," Progeny chairman and Debian founder Ian Murdock wrote in his blog. He added that the next version was due late this week or early next week.

The initial release only runs on 32- and 64-bit x86 architectures, as well as Intel's Itanium chips, he said.

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