Former President of Ingram Micro Joins LinuxWizardry As Chairman of the Board

Apr 17, 2001, 01:00 ET from LinuxWizardry Systems, Inc.

    BOCA RATON, Fla., April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Mike Carpenter, CEO of
 LinuxWizardry, Inc. / LinuxWizardry Systems, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board:   LNXWF)
 wishes to announce that Dr. Harold L. (Hal) Clark has been appointed Chairman
 of the Board of LinuxWizardry, Inc.  From 1984 through 1995, Hal Clark served
 as the president of three public companies in the technology sector.  As
 president of Ingram Micro, he was largely responsible for the robust growth
 that made it the world's largest computer products distributor.  As president
 and CEO of AmeriQuest Technologies, Inc. his strategy was to merge six
 companies together to form a $600 million computer products distributor
 integrator which was merged into Computer 2000, the global multi billion
 Munich-based distributor.  At Everex, the PC and peripheral manufacturing
 company, as president, he transitioned the company from primarily domestic to
 worldwide markets.  Hal Clark also served as Chairman of Troy/XCD wireless and
 networking provider, currently merged into Troy Group.
     Hal has also held executive positions with Republic Corporation, Litton
 Industries, Union Bank and the Boeing Company.  He has also been a management
 consultant and an instructor at UCLA graduate school of management.
     His education includes a Bachelor of Science degree from Bryant College,
 an MBA from Pepperdine University, and a doctorate in higher education from
 Nova University.
     During the term of Dr. Clark serving as Chairman of the Board he shall
 provide the Company strategic and enterprise wide consulting and financial and
 operating advice.
     Mike Carpenter states, "I am very pleased with the appointment of Dr. Hal
 Clark, who will greatly assist the Company in its goal of seeking strategic
 partners to increase our market share in the router market and find partners
 to fund our marketing and development costs."
 
     About LinuxWizardry Systems, Inc.
     LinuxWizardry, Inc. was founded in 1999 by three top engineers from
 Motorola and one from IBM and was acquired by LinuxWizardry Systems, Inc.
 (www.lnxwf.com ).  With its subsidiary, LinuxWizardry, Inc. is a Linux company
 specializing in network appliances and enterprise computing.  The Magic
 Passage(TM) family of products is expected to make a significant impact in the
 small office, home office (SOHO) market.  Competitors in this market include
 Cisco Systems and Alcatel.  LinuxWizardry also develops and will manufacture
 hardware for end-to-end networking solutions for business.
 
 

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    BOCA RATON, Fla., April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Mike Carpenter, CEO of
 LinuxWizardry, Inc. / LinuxWizardry Systems, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board:   LNXWF)
 wishes to announce that Dr. Harold L. (Hal) Clark has been appointed Chairman
 of the Board of LinuxWizardry, Inc.  From 1984 through 1995, Hal Clark served
 as the president of three public companies in the technology sector.  As
 president of Ingram Micro, he was largely responsible for the robust growth
 that made it the world's largest computer products distributor.  As president
 and CEO of AmeriQuest Technologies, Inc. his strategy was to merge six
 companies together to form a $600 million computer products distributor
 integrator which was merged into Computer 2000, the global multi billion
 Munich-based distributor.  At Everex, the PC and peripheral manufacturing
 company, as president, he transitioned the company from primarily domestic to
 worldwide markets.  Hal Clark also served as Chairman of Troy/XCD wireless and
 networking provider, currently merged into Troy Group.
     Hal has also held executive positions with Republic Corporation, Litton
 Industries, Union Bank and the Boeing Company.  He has also been a management
 consultant and an instructor at UCLA graduate school of management.
     His education includes a Bachelor of Science degree from Bryant College,
 an MBA from Pepperdine University, and a doctorate in higher education from
 Nova University.
     During the term of Dr. Clark serving as Chairman of the Board he shall
 provide the Company strategic and enterprise wide consulting and financial and
 operating advice.
     Mike Carpenter states, "I am very pleased with the appointment of Dr. Hal
 Clark, who will greatly assist the Company in its goal of seeking strategic
 partners to increase our market share in the router market and find partners
 to fund our marketing and development costs."
 
     About LinuxWizardry Systems, Inc.
     LinuxWizardry, Inc. was founded in 1999 by three top engineers from
 Motorola and one from IBM and was acquired by LinuxWizardry Systems, Inc.
 (www.lnxwf.com ).  With its subsidiary, LinuxWizardry, Inc. is a Linux company
 specializing in network appliances and enterprise computing.  The Magic
 Passage(TM) family of products is expected to make a significant impact in the
 small office, home office (SOHO) market.  Competitors in this market include
 Cisco Systems and Alcatel.  LinuxWizardry also develops and will manufacture
 hardware for end-to-end networking solutions for business.
 
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