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EmperorLinux, Inc., was founded in 1999 on the premise that Linux users needed a source for fully out-of-the-box supported laptops. EmperorLinux was started by Lincoln Durey, an EE Ph.D. from Tulane University. The company's first product was the BlackPerl Linux laptop, based on a Sony VAIO 505TR with a highly modified Linux kernel. Since 1999 the company has added a range of IBM ThinkPads, Dell Latitudes, and Sharp laptops to its lineup.[1][2] These laptops are available with most major Linux distributions, including Fedora, RHEL, Debian, Ubuntu, and SuSE. Significant improvements to stock Linux distributions come from the empkernel, and a carefully configured /etc directory. Supported features include APM and ACPI suspend and hibernate support, CPU throttling, LCD backlight brightness control, wireless, and generally full support of the hardware under Linux.[3][4] The company is privately held and based in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. References ^ EmperorLinux (2009). "EmperorLinux". http://www.EmperorLinux.com/. Retrieved 2009-05-27.  ^ EmperorLinux (2009). "Why?". http://www.emperorlinux.com/why/. Retrieved 2009-05-27.  ^ EmperorLinux (2009). "Distros". http://www.EmperorLinux.com/distros. Retrieved 2009-05-27.  ^ EmperorLinux (2009). "Kernel". http://www.EmperorLinux.com/kernel/. Retrieved 2009-05-27.  External links Company Website v • d • e Linux operating system Linux Adoption · Comparison with Windows · Criticism · (Criticism of Desktop Linux) · History · Kernel (kernel names · supported architectures) · Linus' Law · Linux Foundation · Linux-libre · Tux Distribution Distribution (general comparison · netbook-specific comparison · Lightweight Linux distribution) · Live CD · Live USB · Package formats GNU Free Software Foundation · GNU · GNU GPL · GNU/Linux naming controversy · GNU packages · GNU Project Window manager X Window Manager · AfterStep · Blackbox · CTWM · Enlightenment · FVWM · Hackedbox · IceWM · Metisse · OLVWM · PLWM · PWM · Sawfish · vtwm · wm2 · wmx · Xmonad User interface CLI · GUI · GNOME · KDE · Xfce · LXDE Applications Desktop · Devices · Embedded · Gaming · LAMP · Thin client People Jono Bacon · Alan Cox · Jon 'Mad Dog' Hall · Benjamin Mako Hill · Greg Kroah-Hartman · David S. Miller · Andrew Morton · Ian Murdock · Bruce Perens · Daniel Robbins · Mark Shuttleworth · Richard Stallman · Linus Torvalds · Theodore Ts'o · Patrick Volkerding · Matt Zimmerman Media Free Software Magazine · Linux.com · Linux Format · Linux For You · Linux Gazette · Linux Journal · Linux-Magazin · Linux Magazine · Linux Outlaws · LugRadio · LWN.net · O3 Magazine · Phoronix Lists Devices · Distributions · Distributions that run from RAM · Live CDs · Proprietary software for Linux System arrangement and features Startup process · Console · Framebuffer · Kernel modules Mobile Access Linux Platform · Android · bada · LiMo Foundation · LiMo Platform · Linux Phone Standards Forum · MeeGo (Maemo · Moblin) · Mobilinux · Open Handset Alliance · Openmoko · OPhone · webOS · SHR · Ubuntu Mobile Other topics Linux conference · Linux Documentation Project · Malware · Linux Standard Base · Linux User Group (LUG) · Revolution OS · SCO and Linux · Tanenbaum–Torvalds debate · The Code This technology article about a corporation or company is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e