UltraSPARC 60 with Sun Solaris and Apple iBook G4 PowerPC with Mac OS X -- these are amongst the diverse hardware and OS platforms on which KDE will be presenting its latest achievements to the world this week in Karlsruhe, Germany. Both installations will be running CUPS, to demonstrate how KDE Print can provide a great environment for an enterprise printing solution across different platforms.
The KDE Team will be presenting these two ports of its latest release at LinuxTag 2002 for the first time to a large public audience:
- KDE main booth: KDE 3.0.1, freshly compiled, and running on a Sun UltraSPARC 60 (Graciously loaned by Sun Microsystems, Inc.)
- KDE Print, LinuxPrinting.org and Danka partner booth: KDE 3.0.1 ported by the Fink team and running on an Apple iBook G4 with Mac OS X (Sponsored by Apple Inc.)
The KDE Team is proud of these achievements. These presentations provide tangible proof that KDE is not a "Linux-only" desktop environment, but remains one for the whole realm of Unix...