Red Hat, which had
planned to introduce a new version of its Linux software for personal
computers in August, said it will not be ready until next month. Red
Hat plans to sell the PC Linux in developing countries, had previously been
pushed back to a September launch.
Chief Executive Matthew Szulik said the main problem is translating the software into foreign languages, make sure it is compatible with different PC hardware and work out some issues relating to licensing of some of the software in the package.
The company doesn't plan to support the Linux PC software in the United States or other developed countries.