Red Hat has announced the latest version of its version of Linux for personal computers has been delayed until next month.
The version, which, it is planning to sell in developing countries, has already been delayed once, being pushed back to September from its initial date of August.
Red Hat CEO Matthew Szulik had said that the delay was due in a large part to problems translating the software into foreign languages. Other issues he cited were compatibility issues as well as working out certain licensing issues.
The company is yet to announce a North American or European release.